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Astronomy

as·tron·o·my
[uh-stron-uh-mee]
–noun

1. When you seek the sky it seeks you back.
2. What lights! dancing but not dancing just shifting red red blue back-and-forth.
3. For those first moments we’d do anything.

Hotel

ho·tel
[hoh-tel]

–noun
1. You’re not here you’re there and you need to rest your head.
2. What you do you don’t do so far from home so tethered to telephone lines and electrons.
3. A word used in communications to represent the letter H.

Recluse

rec·luse

/n. ˈrɛklus, rɪˈklus; adj. rɪˈklus, ˈrɛklus/ [n. rek-loos, ri-kloos; adj. ri-kloos, rek-loos]
–noun
1. If all things were of two parts but now are only shadow.
2. As no thing is nothing is upturned no rock to hide under.

–adjective re·cluse. Also, re·clu·sive.

3. If fire fought and was not only beaten but destroyed.
4. If fire thought, and in thinking was destroyed.
5. If all things are of two parts: light and shadow.

Finished

fin⋅ished

/ˈfɪnɪʃt/ [fin-isht]
–adjective
1. Once before now after.
2. To give up; to not give up.
3. Rome wasn’t built in a day over coffee before the day even begins but Rome was built, it took time it took days it took more and more and more.
4. Pound would have said “never” or “always” depending on the when.

Decision

de⋅ci⋅sion

/dɪˈsɪʒən/ [di-sizh-uhn]
–noun
1. is