Verified Human:

OWEN: write a poem free verse about winter on mars,
that does not rhyme and is 14 lines.

In the depths of winter on Mars,
A chill descends on barren lands,
Where dust devils swirl and howl,
And ice caps shimmer in the dark.
The red planet shivers in the cold,
As frigid winds whip through the hills,
And frozen dunes stretch far and wide,
Beneath the starry, frigid sky.
No trees adorn this barren realm,
No birds take flight on frosty wings,
Only rovers roam the frozen waste,
In search of secrets yet unseen.
Yet even in this icy grip,
The planet Mars endures and thrives,
A distant world of wonder and awe, Beneath the gaze of human eyes.

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