their nightgowns are woven
from collections of constellations and trails of comets;
their eyes burn like sun; their crowns are made of full moons.
Stardust glimmers in their aurora locks.
They gracefully float around the endless universe,
and watch the balloon-like planets with intrigue.
They recall the time aliens landed on one of the points of their crowns:
so tiny, a gray speck, with a bubble for a head!
Fascinating little creatures, no bigger than a goddess’ pinkie nail!
Living for eons, the goddesses, too, are like stars.
When a new nebula forms,
another celestial being is born.
The older goddesses slowly shrink into a bright, blinding orb,
before bursting into a supernova.