Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

Many times we get used to the known things and lose their meanings.  Here you will find new meaning to old wine. OOPS! I mean the nursery rhyme ! Still it rhymes with wine! A funny version of the old thin!

 

Twinkle, twinkle little star

How I wonder what you are?

No you’re neither little nor wonder

You’re full of gas

Or gases and glitter

And no more wonder

When you’ll pass around

Everyone will pinch their noses

Scientists say you are made mainly of hydrogen

With a sprinkle of Helium, Neon and Carbon

Making a fusion of radiation that twinkles

And gravitation in the centre compression

Making you a spherical like a marble

It is in your survival to stay small

Because the heavenly law says

If you become bigger then you die

By a great cosmic explosion

Like the Super Nova!

So twinkle, Twinkle if you may

But stay small!

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