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  • Writer's pictureMichael Curzan

Poem: "Hidden Ice"

by Michael Curzan

Ice reflecting RADAR, unlike normal rock.

On so hot a planet, was a quite big shock.

Got there from a comet, hides in craters deep.

In the heat and light, it to space would seep.

On so hot a planet, the poles can still be cold.

Ice can still exist there, inside of craters old.

In the heat and light, ice would sublimate.

In the craters dark, then it keeps its state.

Never been observed, by probe or satellite.

Still it likely lurks, inside the crater's night.

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