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Premium Member Dante's Hell translation CANTO X
Now is going on through a secret way
Between the martyrdoms and the ground wall,
My master, and I behind him to stay.

“Oh highest virtue, who me gently haul
In wicked rounds”, I started, “If you please,
Speak to...

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Categories: abductees, fantasy,
Form: Terza Rima

Little green men
On Saturday morning
A friend told me about this vague theory
And sedated me with his bizarre mind
And then, he said….

What are you trying to hide?
The existence of extraterrestrial 
The universe is too wide for us to...

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© Mony Reyna  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abductees, fantasy, funny, philosophy, science, people, green, me,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Embryonic Time Travelers
Time travel has always fascinated man
Could UFOs be steered by human hands
Consider this premise before you say no
So called “grays” resemble human embryos

Evolution proceeds, gene pool depleted
Mind power expanded but bodies weakened
Future man looks back...

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Categories: abductees, science, visionaryautumn, may,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member The Book of Brenda Bates
Her name was Brenda Bates, a novelist
bewitched from burrowing inside her book
of fiction 'bout a boatman, Bo Barist,
the character who botched her life...betook
control of him believing he was true. 
Becharmed, beguiled, she wanted this bold...

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Categories: abductees, confusion, emotions, writing,
Form: Alliteration
I'm singular.
I'm night-driving.
With vibrant hum
of standard speed.
I'm glowing of dashboard.
Utterances of am talk
alien abductees and remote viewing.
Barely diverts my musing.

I night-drive 
A rite of wanting
Control, of the wheel.
Arm out window
night air cooling me.
Headlight on...

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Categories: abductees, philosophy
Form: Free verse

Into the Woods
A gentle breeze, 
rustling dried leaves, 
now quietly at ease. 
I set down upon fallen trees. 
Elbows resting on knees 
lungs strained, I wheeze. 
I had run from the abductees 
of ones youth with unease....

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Categories: abductees, life, tree, wisdom,
Form: Monorhyme
Dominus Vobiscum
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Dominus Vobiscum

Adopted ways, to thrive in paschal, wooded glens,
and manners, to honor pristine water,
pass through our generations to their end,
pass away like a long forgotten friend.

Calloused hands, now unsoiled from soil and...

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Categories: abductees, religion,
Form: Rhyme