Light Lunch

If you are what you eat then it should be obvious that we’re all made of starlight, albeit at varying degrees of remove. It’s nearly impossible to see individual flecks of stardust when you’re surrounded by whole whirling worlds of the stuff. So we hork down a pot roast with stewed veggies and all the trimmings, oblivious that we just consumed the better part of the Crown Prince of Bedelgeuse, broke the line of succession, and usurped the throne.


Image is from artist Bedelgeuse, and was found on the blog Electric Objects at https://zine.electricobjects.com/interviews/bedelgeuse.

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