An intergalactic encounter,
They arrived from a distant universe,
Discovering we were the closest planet
Containing living creatures.
Leagues of futuristic flying mechanisms
Shade Earth from the sun
As the indestructible Space Voyagers
Collided with our infrastructure
Amidst the chaotic destruction,
Hideous life forms emerge unscathed,
Dripping acidic substances from an unidentifiable orifice.
They scatter and breathe devastation.
Entire cities are demolished thoroughly.
The land is mercilessly ravaged.
Earthly military forces combine,
Attempting an assault on the invaders.
Although possessing much potency,
The military forces cannot contend
With what appears to be thaumaturgy.
The otherworldly beings are unfathomably powerful.
Humanity’s end appears imminent.
God seems to turn away from the constant plights.
The milieu throughout Earth is grim,
And the terror is unimaginable.
Amidst the pandemonium which swallows the planet,
A man stands upon a hill,
Staring down at the carnage that is unfolding.
He falls to his knees and speaks.
“What have I done? ”
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem