Distant; ¹ineffably distant to the light; shall ²beseech utterly to the light that rose the atmosphere's cheer. ³Elegiac enough, ⁴kalopsia twice; still ⁵exscind our connections, revolving around you, rotating by my axis, in a lonely, ⁶despondent place.
Pluto, ⁷veracious partly to reality, but feelings are just ineffably distant, that comprehension is merely another vague guess. Like shooting a target, blind, and expecting a lucky success.
Pluto, ⁸bohemian enough and to still be disapproved by the lack of ⁹conformity to the public, now treated enough as an other-worldly, rogue mess.
Pluto, because light never reaches you to warm your already ¹⁰desolate lands, stay cold and bitter, numbing to the senses, and striking to the innocent minds.
Pluto, whose self has wandered away, yet revolving around the sun with other distant, imperfect objects, floating like an ice ball shrouded mostly in darkness, ¹¹plutonian is your atmosphere, and the entirety. . . . -- SUMMARY --
Pluto is metaphorized as a bitter, yet unconventional person, unlit by the sun rays, metaphorized also as the public's views on certain matters, including fellow humans.
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1 | ineffable - unable to be verbally expressed 2 | beseech - to beg anxiously or urgently 3 | elegiac - marked by a lack of cheer 4 | kalopsia - an illusion of seeing things more beautiful than they really are 5 | exscind - to cut off or out 6 | despondent - hopeless 7 | veracious - truthful 8 | bohemian - unconventional; not conforming to usual practices of society 9 | conformity - agreement 10 | desolate - devoid of living inhabitants 11 | plutonian - (same as "elegiac") --