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Exploring Uranus

Updated on July 10, 2016
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Will nobody explain us

what's in Uranus?

Terrible aliens brown

In a cavern found

Alien cavern foul and dank

Captain says

What's that stank

The stank of Uranus

Gyrating round the son

the father

the holy spirit

Don't go near it

Unless you double dare

Double penitent

I'm sorry I'm sorry

For writing about Uranus

About this Poem

This is a sci-fi/horror poem written in the tradition of Howard Phillips Lovecraft, evoking terror and dread. It's about Cthulhu, not about something else that you probably thought at first.


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