Across The Void

From a highly sophisticated civilization
Far in advance of our own
They crossed the great void of space
To make patterns in the fields we’ve sown
If that is their idea of fun
They must be the dullest aliens ever known.

About the Poem

A poem about crop circles, the strange, geometric patterns which appear as if by magic in fields of corn and which some rather credulous people think are the work of aliens.


Humorous Poems


Rhyming poem


6 lines

Key Stage

KS1, KS2, KS3


Paul Curtis

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