Spiral Galaxy – Shyla Hardwick

Shyla Hardwick

after Daphne Gottlieb

When I move something out of the way there is always something behind it. A star can shine for centuries before anyone realizes it’s blown out. When I remove another layer there’s always another layer underneath.

Milk should not be left out for too long or it will spoil. There are more nails than there are hammers. The sun is one of about 100 million stars in a spiral galaxy. When I move something out of the way there is always something behind it. The entire system of stars is embedded in a giant spherical halo.

A star can shine like a halo.
A halo can fold in on itself like a handclap.

There are more nails than there are hammers. The sun is in a spiral galaxy called the Milky Way. It will spoil with time depending on how pasteurized it is. Clocks rotate in a clockwise fashion. I removed a layer and found another galaxy underneath.

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