In a world of blue and green,
An alien visitor was seen.
His eyes wide, curious and bright,
Earth's wonders gave him quite the fright.
"Come with me," I began to say,
"I'll show you Earth the human way."
First, we tasted chocolate sweet,
He danced around, tapping his feet.
Then I showed him our vast blue seas,
With dolphins leaping, full of glee.
His antenna quivered in surprise,
At the vast ocean 'neath the skies.
We ventured to a bustling town,
With towering buildings all around.
He gazed up high, then down below,
Amazed at our world's vibrant flow.
To a concert, the music loud,
He marveled at the dancing crowd.
The rhythm, beats, and melodies,
Made him float, feeling the breeze.
The night sky with stars so clear,
I pointed at constellations near.
He chuckled, "We have those too!"
In a galaxy of a different hue.
We lay on grass, soft and cool,
Listening to a nightingale's yule.
"This Earth," he whispered with a sigh,
"Is a wonder, under this sky."
As dawn approached, it was time to part,
With memories etched, close to heart.
He boarded his ship, to the stars so high,
With a tear and a wave, we said goodbye.
Now when I gaze up, to the great unknown,
I wonder if he's there, all alone.
Remembering Earth, with its charm so vast,
And our shared moments, forever to last.