"The Day the Saucers Came"
“The Day the Saucers Came” by Neil Gaiman That Day, the saucers landed. Hundreds of them, golden, Silent, coming down from the sky like great snowflakes, And the people of Earth stood and stared as they descended, Waiting, dry-mouthed, to find out what waited inside for us And none of us knowing if we would be here tomorrow But you didn’t notice it because That day, the day the saucers came, by...
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