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Lincoln Hills Astronomy Group
   Poems by Jim Fulcomer          

Pluto's Little Secret

Pluto that little stinker at the edge of outer space,
seems to be passing Methane. Now landing on the face,
of Charon, his largest moon and leaving a brown smear
of Hydrocarbon residue. Just how is hardly clear.

His trail of CH4 would reek, if there were noses, so to speak,
who could sniff in his weak air, were aliens residing there.
Just why our former 9th emits, gases from his unseen pits,
remains an unsolved indiscretion. Could be Plutonic indigestion?