Butch Welkin

The apparent surface of the imaginary sphere on which celestial bodies appear to be projected. --Webster

Be imaginary surface,
of which bodies appear
projected on the apparent
sphere to the celestial.

The bodies apparent,
projected on the sphere
which surface celestial,
appear to be of imaginary

surface, which projected,
of the apparent imaginary sphere,
the celestial appear
to be on bodies.

On bodies the apparent sphere,
imaginary to be projected,
surface of which
appear celestial.

Projected be the surface,
to the bodies appear
of apparent celestial
imaginary sphere, on which

apparent celestial
projected, imaginary of
the sphere, appear to be
the bodies which surface.
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