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Short Science Fiction poem by Chris Patton| Details | |

Big Brother

Domestic spying
striking similarities
1984

Short Science Fiction poem by Katherine Stella| Details | |

Land Of The Giants

arise from abyss
fable of beastly nature
angels empowered

Short Science Fiction poem by theresa stephens| Details | |

Gravity

Encapsulated

by gravitational pull

'Observation earth'

Short Science Fiction poem by Robert Heemstra| Details | |

Search for Spock

more emotions
may cloud our logic
where are you Mister Spock?

Short Science Fiction poem by Katherine Stella| Details | |

Cry Me A River

at the mouth of cave
aqua insurgent brushstrokes
cry me a river

Short Science Fiction poem by Cassie Smith| Details | |

Dragons

Dragons are evil
Dragons are very different
Dragons are kings

Short Science Fiction poem by tom bell| Details | |

Goodnite Folks

That funny lookin flat thing in there is callin me nite to all,tom

Short Science Fiction poem by Sherwin Balbuena| Details | |

Kepler 22b

Let me land on you
at this time so I can see
the past of the Earth

Short Science Fiction poem by Mark J. Halliday| Details | |

Tranquility

Log in the fireplace,
Enjoying a good author
While petting my dog

Short Science Fiction poem by Teddy Kimathi| Details | |

A Scientist's Mission - Itty bitty

The rocket is complete;
he wants to go to Heaven
as Enoch ascended

Short Science Fiction poem by Mark J. Halliday| Details | |

Zombie Apocalypse

Nature's gone insane;
Cannibal cadavers creep.
Zombie apocalypse...

Short Science Fiction poem by Renee Hendricks| Details | |

Orang Versus Bog

Listen well my droogs
the prevention of free will
leads to prestoopnick

Short Science Fiction poem by Joseph Spence Sr| Details | |

Natural Reflection

Just like a flower
Sunshine stimulates her face
Sparkling with love

Short Science Fiction poem by Dan Keir| Details | |

Aliens at Your Bedroom Window

Don’t worry now child
There's no god, so worship space
You are not alone.

Short Science Fiction poem by Mark J. Halliday| Details | |

Starcraft

The Zerg are vanquished;
The Protoss have been routed.
Death's Avatar wins!

Short Science Fiction poem by Cassie Smith| Details | |

A Fairy Tale Day

 A fairy tale day
Of pink mauve and gold high lights
Caressed in purple 

Short Science Fiction poem by Katherine Stella| Details | |

I Believe In Magic { Fibonacci }

when
you
believe
in magic
anything becomes
possible through the illlusion

Short Science Fiction poem by Tyler Soze| Details | |

Ode to Bender

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Short Science Fiction poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

Hungry E T

E.T. landed in my yard this morning.
He asked me for a hot dog.
He took Fido away.

Short Science Fiction poem by John Michaels| Details | |

Solar System - A

Celestial spheres... marvels of the cosmos but marbles for the Gods.

Short Science Fiction poem by JSLambert Mister ROBOTO| Details | |

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slip n' slide white moon space cadets glide in the shine illustrious orb
~JSLaM

Short Science Fiction poem by jay del fierro| Details | |

Weathered Molecular Change

           Snow falls eastern bloc
   molecules change in steel beam
          snap and crack like twigs

Short Science Fiction poem by Richard- Olivier Marius| Details | |

Metaphorical Approach to Why it Rains

          The clear, blue ocean,
Waves to the clouds above.
                    Then, the rain comes- down.

Short Science Fiction poem by Mike Youds| Details | |

Red, red whine

If red wine were not red, I
Would probably be a Jedi
I’d use the FORCE 
With no remorse
Be that would Joda said I

Short Science Fiction poem by Brandon Basson| Details | |

Shooting stars (Bull's eye)

Mistaken for stars
Alien ammo, warning
“Humans, stay from mars”
Consistently practicing
Moving target, direct hit

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