Marie Causey

Rookie (5/3/1959 / Newton Le willows UK)

My Friend Phil

My friend got abducted by aliens, they took her in their ship
The beamed her with a magic torch, it made her kip
She woke up quite Drowsy, No idea what they had done
One said in broken English 'Boy that was fun'

She thinks that they looked in her mind, laughing as they read
The prong marks on her belly itched and where all red
Before she knew it she was home in Ireland in her bed
she wondered had she dreamed it, was it all in her head

She says she sometimes has flash backs of her alien trip
She remember waking up in space on a funny looking drip
Girls never been the same since, She acts very odd
drawing and painting space ships and odd looking pods

So Phil my dear i believe you, I know what you say is true
Please dont tell them my address if they come back to you
Maybe you should see a doctor or a very good nurse
The alien Drawing you keep sending me are getting worse

Submitted: Monday, April 09, 2012

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