(8th July 1971 / Akola)

U f o

Can you please, speak up, what is assumed by UFO?
Speak up! And don't crease your brow
If not, then listen, the people of well noticed earth,
Have been strangers to UFO's origin and its birth.

The prudent brains, stuffed with great knowledge, high mind
Have explored unknown folds, mysteries and facts blind.
Thus sanctity of space and moon which still undisturbed
Provided man with knowledge lying there dispersed.

the cosmos, in its womb, say some scientists
Caters various creatures, spread everywhere into bits.
Such one or other planet might have, to its extent,
Dispatched its crafts, to explore earth's awesome scent.

Such crafts, with inquisitive task, are, as we suppose
Round and circular, saucer-like with great curious nose.
So swiftly the saucers fly that no electronic eyes
Could ever notice them, never heard even their eager cries.

But a few helpless witnesses, quite a few in number
Saw this strange object that no scientists remember
And they still roam with their minds, in the pursuit
Of even a single thread, but sought no sign of even its foot.

Hasnain Aaqib

Submitted: Friday, July 26, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013

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  • Lorraine Colon (7/28/2013 12:52:00 PM)

    I am intrigued by UFOs, so this poem certainly caught my eye. Perhaps some intelligence is floating around out there, keeping an eye on us. I wonder if I will live to see contact with extraterrestrials. Although, sometimes the people I meet seem to be not of this world, ha ha. Anyway, good poem. (Report) Reply

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