Wednesday, August 18, 2010

A Crater, Please, For Mac

Most suitable, to help remember Mac
And teach new generations how much he
Once meant to us who'd gladly have him back.
He looked toward Mars with a special eye,
Both skeptical and curious; the Face
And Fort intrigued him but he ne'er let fly
With theories. Only questions had a place
In what he wrote and thought and shared. His point
Was not to prove that someone once lived there
But that we'll never know until a joint
Or single effort makes the trip - a fair
And reasoned one. There's myst'ries to explore
And Mac's no longer with us keeping score.


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