There, in Cassiopeia, you see?
A new Venus for this ladies throne,
Holding court with Schedar and Caph.
Fools, think this be Christ’s own Starr,
Returned from holy Bethlehem far?
Or perhaps the sphere’s cleared to
Show God’s mighty hand?
No meteor this, but herald still.
It moves with her dim sisters
Through heavens revealed.
I call thee NOVA, child to
Change, Sun to Copernicus.
- The Field
- Dr John Dee Discovers A New Starr, 1572
- Masquerade Of Supplications
- Running Scared
- ‘Crenom! Oh, Crenom!’
- 3 Suicides
- A Mon Destin, Destormais Mon Delice
- Le Poete
- Old Sacrifice
- Patris Est Filius
- The Race Between Abortion And Old News
- The Salute
- Love In Translation
- Hector And Scamandrius: Iliad Book IV
- Crippled Child Trying To Ride
- Bloody Lovely Crime
- Sweet Malady