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Transcript of Saturn
But since his siblings were immortal, they flourished in their father's stomach without being digested.
**Similar to the Percy Jackson book. But his wife, who took care of Jupiter and fed Saturn a rock hoping that Jupiter will save his siblings. When Jupiter was older he tricked his dad into drinking a mixture that made him throw up his siblings, then fought him and sliced Saturn up with a scythe. Then sent him to a pit in Pluto's domain. ENTERTAINMENT Saturn 3 BOOKS Saturn
Saturn is my name; I'm first
Of planets high above the earth.
I am by nature dry and cold,
And my works are manifold.
I in my houses firmly stand-
The Goat and the Waterman.
I do much damage by my might,
On sea and land, by day and night.
My exaltation's in the Scales,
But in the Ram my power fails.
It's thirty years, harsh and malign,
Ere I come again to the same sign.
http://www.billyandcharlie.com/planets/planetstext.html *Poems* O Thou Stern Saturn
Hi there, another of my big brother!
Far, too far, nigh on our solar tether,
My people seem scared of thine evil eye,
Perhaps ill-advised, or thine mystery.
I do marvel at thine rare starry strings,
At thine long, far too long solar innings,
Sole among my brothers wearing such rings,
O giving my imagination wings.
And I can't but covet thine many-hued heaven,
Which, ye two big brothers monopolise—
Ah, moons of many a splendor on rise,
Thine darkling nights and cold days to brighten.
Thine son— gigantic Titan— we envy,
One's, very own air, dwarfing Mercury!
http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/o-thou-stern-saturn/ Art *note: Saturn does not have many actual pictures because it is a gas giant By: Edrolin, Danielle