RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL

(7TH OCTOBER 1951 / Trissur, Kerala State, India.)

CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE SIXTH KIND...........


Life started as a normal one,
But two boys communicated
That my thoughts can be heard
Through telepathy, they howling
At my thoughts disliked by them,
As the years passed by,
Confirmed that the telepathy
Was universal, people reacting,
Learning from my experiences,
Behaving and making wishes
Akin to mine, more time passed by,
When reveleations and communications
dawned on me that many thoughts
Are transmitted by hidden
Group pf people, officials in fact,
Working for governments
In succession for propogation
Of political propoganda
Mostly for the top leader
Of the rulinng party; more realisation
Dawning, realising, that they
Tortured me through robtics,
And satellite by a remote console,
Making pains in body, mouth, organs,
Twitching tendons of the body,
Whenever I thought against
Corruption, terror politics,
Of murder, deception, overpowering
Other small leaders, making them
Slaves of the party rulers,
Arrogantly sidelining others,
Making political careers heriditory,
Always torturing my body
Through robotics and telepathy,
Even making my wife insane,
Fighting with me all day,
Robotically using punching
Abusing me, to control, confuse
All the population of the country,
Though it effected all six billion
Population of the world,
The torture system smuggled
Through commmunist USSR,
Who got the techololgy,
On invasion of Berlin from Nazis,
When they lost the second world war,
Here it exists the Satanic
Close encounters of the sixth kind!
In India, the fabulous land unfathomable
Cultures, Religions, races and arts!

Submitted: Saturday, November 24, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, April 26, 2011

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