Margaret Alice

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Extraterrestrial Beings … Peter Wilcock - Poem by Margaret Alice

Herewith another wonderful idea
to lead us on to play a new game of make-believe:

Calculate the revolutions of all objects celestial
by using the magical Nineveh constant
fit the planets’ rotation into a round cycle number
that indicates each object’s sun revolution

The stars are designed as a celestial clock
day one is an alignment of all solar system bodies
leading to the Hyperdimensional Gymnastics
of Extraterrestrial Beings who use these coordinates -

- for visiting Earthmen

Extraterrestrials travel outside linear time so they see
all planets in all probable positions at the same time
all planetary orbits appearing as giant rings
and the appearance of each and every conjunction

With their coordinates set to ‘Omega Point’ where the cycle begins with all planets arranged in alignment
they enter the linear time stream of the Third Dimension
at near light-speed - with the planets swinging about them

- like a big clock

choosing a time period by counting cycles of
twenty-five-thousand Pluto revolutions
calculating the conjunctions of Jupiter and Saturn
the perfect time for the arrival of…

…Extraterrestrial Beings!

Comments about Extraterrestrial Beings … Peter Wilcock by Margaret Alice

  • (12/29/2006 2:57:00 PM)

    I wonder! ...Are you one of those Aliens. LoL. only teasing. great verse. best wishes suzan (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 28, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, December 17, 2010

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