Ramesh T A
Ancient Astronauts! - Poem by Ramesh T A
Ancient astronaut theory makes all change concept of God
Based on researches by archaeologists, astrophysicists and
Concrete proofs and interpretations of scientists since long!
Different parts of the world still have relics of Extra-Terrestrials
Ending with the inference that they are all astronauts of Stars;
Foreign objects still unidentified are the flying saucers we know.
Gods' chariots they are called in the past are airships of aliens;
Highly advanced and developed they are we can see from relics
In various parts of the world archaeologists unearth for long....!
Joint ventures of experts from all over the world confirm these.
Keeping the available remains of aliens, researches are going on;
Little we know still about their whereabouts in the outer Space!
Many feel that they will contact us only after we are advanced;
Notions of their advancements seem to be thousands of years old!
Opening a new field of research is on religious and legendary stories.
Products used by Gods were ancient rockets, missiles and TVs.....
Quite amazing to know now of their advancements very long ago!
Relics of the past lying as pyramids, old structures, mountain air strips,
Stone carvings and inscriptions there on are still undecipherable.....!
Truths of Earth being used as lab for experiments are mind boggling;
Universe is filled with mysteries that are yet to be solved by science.
Various kinds of Extra-Terrestrials are facts that cannot be denied;
World full of their marks shows as their hints for their reference...!
X Files that are yet to be ascertained are still stand as mysteries!
Years of experiments and finds remain as no forward to real facts;
Zero is the result we get as we are yet to advance in all respects....!
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