An Ode To Pluto!


My BFF wrote a poem yesterday on the Jonathan Turley website about the planet Pluto. One of our readers here suggested that she try to get it published. I also asked her if we could post it here, and she agreed. So here it is. She insisted on editing it just a little:

An Ode to Pluto!
A Laudatory Ode by Squeeky Fromm

From deeps, ensconced in Kuiper Belt,
Where ne’er the warmth of Sun is felt,
Where only photons, few and weak,
Through nitrogenous clouds do seek,

To fall upon the barren scape,
And icy plains by glaciers scraped;
Hence, the thin emaciated light
Illuminates a wondrous sight!

Mountains high, the ice savanna,
Reddish plains; methannic manna,
Exudes from deep ‘neath icy sod,
Revealing there, the Hand of God.

Squeeky Fromm
Girl Reporter

She, and I hope you enjoy it!

Penelope Dreadful

About Penelope Dreadful

An attorney, with a rye sense of humor.
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1 Response to An Ode To Pluto!

  1. Nick Spinelli says:

    I always enjoy your poetry.


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