“A Young Astronomer's Gaze”


"As I gaze in the starry heaven of blue, I see Orion and his neighbrs two; And of all the fixed stars... I see only a few, And none are very new, But as old as time is old." Saturn and its rings are mentioned, as well as the animals in the constellations


  1. Thomas-Makin', p. 256, "A Young Astronomer's Gaze" (1 text)
  2. BI, ThBa256A


Author: George Mefford Bell?
Earliest date: 1939 (Thomas)
Keywords: nonballad
Found in: US(Ap)