Paul Warren

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Science - Aliens On The Moon - Poem by Paul Warren

Does NASA air brush their photo album
The Apollo astronauts took in their voyage then
When UFOs were seen to fly on by
And light up their path across the sky

Is there an alien base on the moon surface
That is a staging point for them in their preface
And there are crashed spaceships in a debris field
With dead alien pilots who in life didn't yield

Is there a monolith on Phobos a Martian moon
That shows that there was a civilisation in tune
When Neil Armstrong used his one step for man
Meant the giant leap for mankind was for an alien plan

Are the aliens mining Helium 3 for interstellar travel
And so don't want their venture for all to unravel
Perhaps all these questions will soon be so clear
When we return to the moon to explore without fear

© Paul Warren

Topic(s) of this poem: science

Form: Prose Poem


Poet's Notes about The Poem

The theory is that aliens use the moon and NASA is covering it up not to spook people. This is some of the information in the file.

Comments about Science - Aliens On The Moon by Paul Warren

  • Seema Jayaraman (10/28/2015 11:22:00 AM)


    A fascinating subject which keeps me glued to Google for hours Aliens, Interstellar travel, other dimensional beings and CERN then of course comeback to earth and attempt poetry. Invite you to check out my ancient writings on Time and Unknown Universe and of course a romantic take on Why Blame Me A Blood Moon. (Report) Reply

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  • Babatunde Aremu (10/27/2015 5:08:00 AM)


    This poem has awoken great thought in me that I am still wondering if other aliens from other planets are not exploring the earth to see how to take over just like we are planning. Great write and kudos (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 27, 2015



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