2020 Writing Exercise Series #255: Between a Fact and an Exact Place 21

The Notebooking Daily 2020 Writing Series is a daily writing exercises for both prose writers and poets to keep your creative mind stretched and ready to go—fresh for your other writing endeavors. The writing prompts take the impetus—that initial crystal of creation—out of your hands (for the most part) and changes your writing creation into creative problem solving. Instead of being preoccupied with the question "What do I write" you are instead pondering "How do I make this work?" And in the process you are producing new writing.

These exercises are not meant to be a standard writing session. They are meant to be productive and to keep your brain thinking about using language to solve simple or complex problems. The worst thing you can do is sit there inactive. It's like taking a 5 minute breather in the middle of a spin class—the point is to push, to produce something, however imperfect. If you don't overthink them, you will be able to complete all of the exercises in under 30 minutes.
Between a Fact and an Exact Place 21

For today's writing exercise you will write a piece of poetry or prose which contains the following place (either as the setting, referenced or some aspect of it described) and the following fact in some way (its discovery, used as a metaphor, witnessed etc).
Exact Place:  The Rings of Saturn 

As an additional assignment, should you choose to incorporate it, is as follows: Also include the words "Nebula" "Fetching" "Degloved" "Helping" and "Scalp".

If you'd like some background music to write to, try this "It's 5am and I haven't slept" lofi playlist in honor of the 48 Hour Film Project which kept me up until 8am last night working on a script. But I'm happy with the results and it's done so I call that a win. Can't wait to see the resulting short film. Anyway, here's that background music