Poem 19: Mars

By Vijay Simhadri.

The robot landed on Mars,

It had come far away from the stars.

Were The ferrous reddish terrain,

Complementing the blood-red skies,

Covered with rocks, dry without rain.

Mountain ranges were tipped with ice,

For the temperature was very cold,

To travel around one had to be very bold,

The place looked very inhabitable,

The region did seem very unbearable.

Huge winds past the territory,

Things flew around in a hurry.

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Recently in 2008 ice was discovered on

Mars by  a space

probe from Earth.