Fertile precincts of toxic air, colourless And unstable create, inexistent boundaries Of oxygen *****, by electrical discharges Ultraviolet caress. An atom more turns
The unscented scent into a pungent odour, Pale blue molecules high temperatures detonate While low ones, solidify in violet black coagula, Generous enough to retain, for humanity
And wildlife and all beneath, a gaseous form Up high to shield, the delicate planet hosting Sparkles of consciousness from its star’s deadly Compromising radiations, absorbing them to grant
A frail, balance through its presence in stratosphere We know, as our fragile sheltering ozone layer, Descending just a little lower to become once more, Breathable life bearing oxygen penetrating
Our lungs inundating a system, flowing through Veins where the pale blue molecules spring only, Every now and then in white blood cells, fighting Illful intruders ensuring, survival of amazing wonders.