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Alone, I traverse the sky. I have left my home beind, the place of my birth. I possess a power which no mere mortal cannot. And with this power comes my duties, my responsibilities.
Dr. Mae Jemison had a humble beginning. She never knew how much achievement, hard work could bring. Mae was born in Decatur, Alabama but considers Chicago, Illinois as her hometown.
When you broke up with me and you said you needed space i was fine with it Because i thought you meant it in a normal way Rather than applying for a job at NASA.
We are ever-changing, Constantly running through a cycle, Sometimes in circles like a unicycle. We are the washer and dryers of life, Rolling onto our second load.
When I look to the sky, I know... I know I used to be there, a small clump of atoms in the stars of someone else's sky, As I peer back 13.7 billion years, I know...