Tal fell back from the flame,
Fireball missing its aim,
Turning to run, dropping his gun,
He made it to safety the same.
They continued to come,
Seeing, Tal became dumb,
Boarding the ship, gave them the slip,
They persist to destroy the slum.
Fortnight passed, sirens rail,
Tal busts his mate from jail,
Jumped off the wall, started to fall,
Captors in ’suit, they became pale.
Found the alien craft,
Then, he started to laugh,
Hold it steady, Tal is ready,
Canon split their vessel in half.
Tal saved the Earth,
Tho’ came a dearth,
He gave us mirth.
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Objection, your honor. The question calls for speculation.”
“Overruled. Mr. Johnson, this is a civil trial and due to the unique circumstances, there isn’t even a jury. During your opening statements, no objections can be made. Now, please sit.”
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