swarm of black holes

When I think about your skin, my brain bursts into galaxies. Your beauty spots turn into constellations. And the love bites on my neck and chest you left are indigo and violet and lavender and violent and they are universes in themselves. They are the world you created with your lips and your skin. My body is a habitat for you to create within. I yearn to be your muse and to touch the darkest corners of the black hole angrily swarming in your aching head. I remembering clinging to you, your hair in my fist like my final life line.
—  Halsey (Jan 5, 2014)

(From NASA): We captured possible ‘screams’ from zombie stars! Peering into the heart of the Milky Way galaxy, our Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) has spotted a mysterious glow of high-energy X-rays that, according to scientists, could be the “howls” of dead stars as they feed on stellar companions. The center of our Milky Way galaxy is bustling with young and old stars, smaller black holes and other varieties of stellar corpses - all swarming around a supermassive black hole called Sagittarius A*. Astronomers have four potential theories to explain the baffling X-ray glow, three of which involve different classes of stellar corpses. When stars die, they don’t always go quietly into the night. Unlike stars like our sun, collapsed dead stars that belong to stellar pairs, or binaries, can siphon matter from their companions. This zombie-like “feeding” process differs depending on the nature of the normal star, but the result may be an eruption of X-rays., NASA/NuSTAR