Obduction

Poem By lilly mandrell

Out in the desert,
The night air is cold.
Walking around
Looking at the sky
Suddenly we see it
A UFO up in the dark.

A beem comes down,
Bringing us to the ship.
We struggle for a while
To remain in control.
But it was to no avail,
They sudate us.

When we wake,
We have nothing on.
Things stair at us,
Comeing from all directions.
They never let us go
We stay tell we die.

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