HAIKUS ON MARS…SCIENCE IN POETRY!
Originally posted on News @ CSIRO:
This week our communications team is enjoying the company of Harry, our 16-year-old work experience guy. Harry wants to be a science writer, so he’s been in training by writing (and counting syllables in) haikus, limericks and tankas.
Here’s a selection of Harry’s planetary poetry. Let us know which one is your favourite, or send us a haiku of your own. Props to @girlcallederin, @crystalsinger and @yourtutor who have already sent us a Mars haiku on Twitter today. Go Curiosity!
As I touch the Martian surface
I lookout across the monotonous landscape
“Curiosity has landed”
– – – –
Here we go, we have lifted off!
All systems are go, approaching destination
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