Alien Invaders - Poem by Aram Stefanian
The lightning struck bang at the hour of a dog;
A scared blonde angel landed before me, uttering a moan,
''Beware the alien invaders from a remote planet Tron.
They're shielded by a black night and a dense fog.
While penetrating into your mind, they shift the focus,
Neutralizing angst and pain, so that you won't ache.
And when your hearts are transformed as if by magick,
The weakest of you will feel and act under hypnosis.
As soon as evil thoughts are placed inside you,
You'll be executing them ominous blind will.
If you abstain from luring the humankind into a kill,
Nothing is going to shake your belief or point of view.''
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