If we weren’t alone

(I tried to relate the visiting of aliens with unity in humanity. I hope it’s worked out in a decent way. This poem would be considered very loosely inspired from the show ancient aliens)

One bright day a ship would land
Near the Whitehouse with an audacity oh so grand
From it would emerge our ancestors
One that were called gods,fathers brothers and sisters

And they humanity shall know
Where and when they were grown
The would realise that now we are surely not alone
We could call them gods or demons
But if it were them they would  prefer the term “human”

Then mankind’s understanding shall widen
Our minds shall brighten
Men shall traverse the universe
And meet beings so diverse

We would finally understand nature
One that’s so confusing yet so mature
We wouldn’t just learn the  language of a nation
But the speakings and mystery of a constellation

But most of all we won’t say “I am from India and I am Hindu”
Or “I am from from Isreal and I am Jew”
We would say “I am from earth
And I am human”
We would finally be one

For borders shall be forgotten
And colours shall be dissolved
Whether a threat or a help
The visitors would probably would unite us all


4 comments on “If we weren’t alone

  1. Love the point of view and the fine delivery.
    Best Wishes

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Ness Hawkins says:

    I love the line, “We wouldn’t just learn the language of a nation
    But the speakings and mystery of a constellation.” It’s fantastical.

    Liked by 1 person

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