by Ronald W. Hull
Sunday, May 18, 2008
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Will soon republish my first novel, The Kaleidoscope Effect
Extraterrestrials are not naÔve, nor are they shy.
For twixt the stars they must fly.
To think them monsters is a lie.
They are seekers of the truth.
They have found eternal youth.
And only we are uncouth.
To think of them as spies,
or terrorists in our eyes,
to be despised... simply lies.
Survival is the test,
for only the very best,
survive and do the rest.
That losers only dream of,
and die while they scheme of,
things that go "bump" in the night.
Our heroes must destroy.
Extraterrestrials can easily deploy,
defenses to our every war toy.
If they know us, they think us silly,
filling our lives with endless frilly,
fruitless pastimes--willy, nilly.
When extraterrestrials arrive we will be amazed,
we will honor them and give them praise,
our lives will be forever raised.
For in a kaleidoscope of brilliant color,
the world will lose its evil pallor,
and we will know the truth.
Copyright 2008 © Ronald W. Hull
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|Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
I actually believe in the stories of terestrial visits & their reported physical & mental experiments on us humans as a possibility of truth, we do it to animals, for all we know we could be seen as a sub species of sorts to a terstrial being. Maybe we all...already are the actual lab rats (so to speak) and we are under observations...never know. Just because we can't see it-doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
I enjoyed your thought provoking write
Congrats of Your Upcoming Publication!!!
|Reviewed by Michael Guy
|as you know, having read K.E., it's wonderfully deserving of republishing (hopefully a better longer publishing life) AND I can't help but agree in most part with the vision so splendidly put in this verse (as usual) AT least, unlike so many "sci-fi writers", you recognize in a sense that some sort of "spiritual/evolutionary " dimension would be needed for ET life to reach us here or know of us. They certainly would have to "evolove" and conquer their "mortal/limited" selves to do it - the idea of just "speeding up "tin-cans" through the vast exspanse of space" as a techology to reach the stars has always seemed absurd to me (except for near-space planets) THEY (whoever they may be or have been) would have to have something else indeed... You said it better: "Survival is the test,
for only the very best,
survive and do the rest" I wish the "Sci-Fi" community would all read this poem...
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Price
|Fear of the unknown throws a lot of us into a frenzie. From your poem I felt hope that the extraterestials could be contained. Liz|
|Reviewed by Jon Willey
|First, congrats on your soon to be released new book. Let me know, I'd like to give it a look. Extra terrestrials I've contemplated more than a little. Surmised they might have a space station out there just beyond the terminator. Then I rationalize and tell my self, it's just a romantic possibility I am probing. Very witty, poem with great imagination. Another, bravo! Well done. May peace be always with you. JMW|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|I am always enthralled by anything extraterrestrial! I never think of them as evil or threatening, in fact if they get to us first they would have to be more intelligent, and that would be exciting to see.
All the best with the book. I'll watch for it!...ET
|Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten
|I love Kaleidoscopes, and knowing no two designs can ever be alike...AND, If I hold it up to the Light, I can see it even brighter...and if I choose not to shake, or turn it...everything stays the same! ET phone home!
I'm ready! ;) but, not with my book...I still hae a long ways to go! Good luck with that!
Love and Peace~
|Reviewed by richard cederberg
|Ah ... the greys perhaps? Those complex patterns of shifting colors and shapes that peek out from the shadows. I think not extraterrestrials though Ronald of the clan Hull, but more inter-dimensional, and dark angelic in nature. Riveting!|
|Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson
|They will burn up our un necessary junk we save I hope.
My wife's for sure..
Hope yore novel does well
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|Sounds as if you have personal knowledge of them that fly amongst the heavens...e|