“Gas Planet” by Arun Ahuja

Natsuko, by Romeo Esparrago
[Illustration: “Natsuko” © 2006 by Romeo Esparrago.]

Spatters of pure oxygen

Poisoning us, bubble-hard

Then comes the sweep cycle

–methane never smelled so good *

About the Author: Arun Ahuja is a science fiction writer with an MS in biomedical engineering. His piece “Pomposity Penalized” won Editor’s Pick in the University of New Mexico’s magazine.
Poem (c) 2006 Arun Ahuja helioray@netscape.net

About the Artist: Romeo Esparrago lives on a gas giant and is therefore super-cool.
Illustration (c) 2006 Romeo Esparrago

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One Comment on ““Gas Planet” by Arun Ahuja”

  1. RaePuttPutt Says:

    I really like this poem.


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