Disclosure Now by able6[Sorry for the harsh poem this time around homies. I feel strongly about this topic.] VIEWER DISCRETION APPRECIATED.
Oh, United States, a nation of secrecy and lies,
I stand here, anger brewing, frustration in my cries.
For too long you’ve hidden truths, concealed the unknown,
About aliens, UFOs, and UAPs that have flown.
Why the secrecy, I ask, why the veil of deceit?
What truths do you hold back, what secrets do you keep?
In the vast expanse of the cosmos, we’re not alone,
Yet you deny the existence of visitors unknown.
Countless sightings dismissed, labeled as hoaxes or lies,
While witnesses are silenced, their stories denied.
The truth obscured, obscured by a shroud of denial,
Leaving us in the dark, our curiosity on trial.
Oh, the frustration of knowing something’s amiss,
Yet the government insists on this clandestine abyss.
What knowledge do you possess, behind closed doors,
About extraterrestrial beings and their cosmic lores?
The sightings continue, the evidence mounts,
But you brush it aside, like insignificant accounts.
We deserve to know the truth, to see beyond the veil,
To explore the mysteries that the universe entails.
Transparency, we demand, an end to this charade,
Release the classified files, let the truth cascade.
We seek answers, not mere whispers and doubt,
It’s time to come clean, to let the truth spill out.
For the universe is vast, with wonders untold,
To keep us in the dark, the truth on hold,
Is a disservice to humanity, a betrayal profound,
Oh, United States government, let the truth resound.
It’s time to disclose, to reveal what’s been concealed,
Let the world know the truth, let it be revealed.
No more secrecy, no more hiding in the night,
Bring forth the truth, shine a beacon of light.
For we yearn to know, to embrace the unknown,
To unravel the mysteries, to see truths full-blown.
Oh, United States government, the time is now,
Disclose the secrets, let the truth avow.
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