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Darlene M Caban

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A poem about the Roswell crash

The storm will hide our lights, they
As they floated through the summer night
But they had made
A horrible miscalculation

In a bolt of lightning
They fell from Heaven
Alien ass over teakettle
Silent screams bouncing off of the clouds

Their thin bodies hit the desert floor
Barely raising the dust
Their ship was embraced
By an outcropping of rock

Strange blood seeped into the sand
They called for help,
But coyotes came
And they were hungry

By the time they were found
Important pieces of the puzzle
Were already running away
Inside sated stomachs

At the foot of a den
Hungry puppies
Became one with the Strangers

If you go to Roswell
In search of the Strangers
Don't look at the crash site...
Look at the coyotes

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Reviewed by Jeremy Vaeni 2/9/2004
This, like the other poems I've read by you, is a vivid tale, at once rich and simplistic. So much so, I think it's easy to overlook the obvious question one never bothers to ask: If aliens crashed and scavengers ate their bodies, would it affect the earthly scavengers? Perhaps MUFON or some such organization should study the coyotes, see if there's a difference between those in and around Roswell and those from elsewhere.
Reviewed by Rodney Bohen 4/24/2003
I enjoyed this piece, I read several othrs as well, you have a very intersting imagination, your thought process I find not only engaging but refreshingbas well, refreshing is a good thing! Write whats natural, and curled up next to your heart...
Rodney Evan Bohen
Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader) 4/10/2003
Very thrilling! I liked "alien ass over teakettle"...gave me a good giggle. Teresa
Reviewed by Paul Berube 4/10/2003
Darlene, excellent poem. The desert hold many secrets. Mystery under the stars.
Reviewed by jude forese 4/9/2003
i'm sure the coyotes are howling... excellent!
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 4/9/2003
Well done, but haunting
Welcome to AD!
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 4/9/2003
Excellent poem.
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Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 4/9/2003
Actually, the bodies are stored in a government facility in Dayton Ohio. I've had several abdutees as my clients and was with MUFON for many years as a field investigator.
Good poem.