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  • StarTrek-Gedichte

    Hallo allerseits,


    abgesehen von der fantastischen Ode an Spot, die ja schon an anderer Stelle im Forum gepostet ist, gibt es fuer mich noch zwei grossartige Gedichte, die einen Bezug zu Star Trek haben. Beide sind im Stil von Dr. Seuss (Cat in the Hat, vielleicht kennt Ihr das) gehalten, und beide sind sehr witzig.

    Ich wuerde Euch alle aufrufen, Gedichte zu posten, die einen Zusammenhang zu Star Trek haben, witzig sind , Euch beruehren , Euch gefallen , ev in einer Episode vorkommen usw.


    Meine beiden Favoriten Gedichte kommen in den naechsten beiden Posts - ich hoffe, das ist keine Postschinderei, ich mache das aus Gruenden der Lesbarkeit.

    @mod: Bitte verschieben, falls falsches Forum...


    Ich freue mich sehr auf Eure Gedichte und Eure Rekationen,
    Locksely
    Der Mensch ist endlich auch ein Federvieh, denn gar mancher zeigt, wie er a Feder in die Hand nimmt, dass er ein Viech ist.
    Johann Nestroy

  • #2
    Dr. Seuss does Classic Star Trek

    Mein Favorit - das TOS-Gedicht


    Viel Spass!


    Von Kenneth A. Lower

    Uhura:
    Captain, Captain, I've received a call
    The Klingons are attacking one and all.
    Things are wrong, they are not fine
    We're to proceed at once to Indri-9.

    Kirk:
    It seems a war they are inducing
    Does Indri have women for my seducing?

    Spock:
    Indri's a planet of class M
    Males and females from it do stem.

    Kirk:
    Chekov, you lay in the course
    Sulu, factor 9, of course.

    Scotty:
    Captain, I can not recommend it
    If you break the engine, I can not mend it!

    Kirk:
    Mr. Scott, of course you can
    When stuff is broken, you're our man!

    Scotty:
    I guess you're right, my Captain Kirker
    that's why they call me "Miracle Worker."

    Sulu:
    Here we go, we're on our way
    once again, we'll save the day.

    Chekov:
    The Keptin vill handle these problems major
    Inspired by some Russian hero, I'll wager.

    Uhura:
    Captain, Starfleet's calling again
    we will arrive at Indri, when?

    Kirk:
    Spock, you do your computations
    I'm not that good at estimations.

    Spock:
    7 hours, 23 minutes, 6 seconds, is the time
    before we arrive at Indri-9.

    McCoy:
    Mr. Spock, you damn machine
    can't you keep your numbers lean?

    Spock:
    My numbers are quite logical
    no need to become hysterical.

    Kirk:
    Gentlemen, gentlemen, if you will
    save this fight for later still.
    Scotty, can we get there faster?
    I want to kill some Klingon bastard.

    Scotty:
    I've poured all the power I can pour
    She will not, can not, take no more!

    * COMMERCIAL BREAK, STUFF TO PAWN
    GUESS IT'S TIME TO HIT THE JOHN *

    Sulu:
    Approaching Indri Captain Kirk
    Klingons in orbit, they do lurk!

    Kirk:
    A standard orbit will be just fine
    'til we discover what's on their mind.
    Hale the vessel, if you please
    Let me talk to this Klingon sleaze.

    Uhura:
    Channel open, Captain Kirk!

    Kirk:
    What's your business here, you jerk?

    Klingon:
    My business is just that, it's mine
    if you want a fight, that's fine!

    Kirk:
    Mr. Sulu, raise the shields
    it seems this bastard will not yield.

    Sulu:
    Shields are up, phasers fine

    Kirk:
    We must protect this Indri-9!

    * THINGS ARE TENSE, NEVER MEANER
    TIME TO SELL SOME WINDOW CLEANER *

    Sulu:
    Captain, Captain, they are firing
    Our shields they are already tiring!

    Kirk:
    Pump more power in 'em Scott!
    Sulu, FIRE, I mean a lot!

    Chekov:
    Ve got him, sir! They're pulling avay!
    Being Russian sure does pay!

    Kirk:
    Not so fast, we do not know
    what has happened down below!
    McCoy and Spock, you're with me
    I feel we must beam down and see.

    McCoy:
    There is a chance we will be tattered
    and I don't want my atoms scattered!

    Kirk:
    Bones, it is not open for debate
    grab your med-kit, don't be late.

    Kirk:
    Who's the newbie in the shirt of red?
    I hope he will not end up dead.

    Redshirt:
    It's me, it's me, Ensign Deek!
    Out of the Academy just last week!

    Kirk:
    All right Scotty, beam us down
    put us in the middle of a town.

    Scotty:
    Aye sir, aye sir, right away
    hope the transporter don't give way!

    Kirk:
    Now we are in a foreign land
    Mr. Spock, please do a scan.

    Spock:
    Readings indicate something keen
    a power source I've never seen.

    Redshirt:
    Arrrrgggghhhh! A beam has hit my head!

    McCoy:
    Jim, I'm sorry, he is dead.

    * TIME FOR US TO SELL MORE STUFF
    WE PLAN THIS FOR WHEN THINGS ARE ROUGH *

    Kirk:
    Can't you bring him back to life?
    We need him in the impending strife!

    McCoy:
    There's nothing I can do here, Jim
    except to notify next of kin.

    Spock:
    I must suggest that we seek cover
    before that beam strikes us, one or other.

    Kirk:
    Good idea, my Vulcan friend
    that beam our flesh it seems will rend.
    I see a castle, perhaps a lair
    but there's a canyon between here and there

    McCoy:
    Damnit, Jim, what should I do?
    I'm a Doctor, not a kangaroo!

    Spock:
    I think the puzzle I can solve
    with a little logic and resolve.
    If I modify my phaser beam
    the other side will soon be seen.
    We'll simply walk to the other ridge
    using the phaser beam as a bridge.

    McCoy:
    Spock you damn green-blooded geek
    if it fails, we'll fall a week!

    Spock:
    I'm half human, as you're fond to say . . .

    Kirk:
    Gentlemen, gentlemen, let's be on our way.

    * COMMERCIAL BREAK, COMMERCIAL BREAK
    TO SEE WHAT HAPPENS, YOU'LL HAVE TO WAIT *

    Kirk:
    There's a hundred Klingons, and they reek
    to get in, we'll have to sneak.

    Spock:
    I will use my Vulcan mind
    make them all feel weak and kind.
    It should really be a cinch
    if trouble strikes, I'll use my pinch.
    My tricorder, it has found the power
    the source is from that looming tower.

    * AWAY FROM THE ACTION WE ARE TORN
    TIME TO MAKE SOME POPPING CORN *

    Kirk:
    An ancient machine lies among the rubble
    this must be the source of all our trouble.

    Spock:
    Yes, it has tremendous might
    the Klingons for it, no doubt, would fight.

    Kirk:
    Spock, can you shut it down?
    Remove the Klingon's motivation for being around?

    Spock:
    Easily enough, I'll just give a tug
    to this thing that looks like a plug.

    Kirk:
    Reason to be here we now lack
    Scotty, Scotty, beam us back.

    * TIME TO FIT IN ONE MORE BREAK
    ONLY MINUTES MORE THIS WILL TAKE *

    Kirk:
    I'm sure the lesson here is moral
    about our nasty little struggle.

    McCoy:
    The human race is destined to excel
    and we will, no doubt, do it well.

    Spock:
    You humans will, do doubt, succeed
    but of we Vulcans you are in need.

    McCoy:
    We need you Vulcans, I should say
    like a flashlight needs the day.

    All:
    A hearty laugh it starts to leak
    we'll see you all right here next week.
    Der Mensch ist endlich auch ein Federvieh, denn gar mancher zeigt, wie er a Feder in die Hand nimmt, dass er ein Viech ist.
    Johann Nestroy

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    • #3
      What If Dr. Seuss Wrote For Star Trek: The Next Generation?

      I say give him problems dental!





      von Pete Dussin (glaube ich)



      Picard:
      Sigma Indri, that's the star,
      So, Data, please, how far? How far?

      Data:
      Our ship can get there very fast
      But still the trip will last and last
      We'll have two days til we arrive
      But can the Indrans there survive?

      Picard:
      LaForge, please give us factor nine.

      LaForge:
      But, sir, the engines are offline!

      Picard:
      Offline! But why? I want to go!
      Please make it so, please make it so!

      Riker:
      But sir, if Geordi says we can't,
      We can't, we mustn't, and we shan't,
      The danger here is far too great!

      Picard:
      But surely we must not be late!

      Troi:
      I'm sensing anger and great ire.

      Computer:
      Alert! Alert! The ship's on fire!

      Picard:
      The ship's on fire? How could this be?
      Who lit the fire?

      Riker:
      Not me.

      Worf:
      Not me.

      Picard:
      Computer, how long til we die?

      Computer:
      Eight minutes left to say goodbye.

      Data:
      May I suggest a course to take?
      We could, I think, quite safely make
      Extinguishers from tractor beams
      And stop the fire, or so it seems...

      LaForge:
      Hurray! Hurray! You've saved the day!
      Again I say, Hurray! Hurray!

      Picard:
      Mr. Data, thank you much.
      You've saved our lives, our ship, and such.

      Troi:
      We still must save the Indran planet --

      Data:
      Which (by the way) is made of granite...

      Picard:
      Enough, you android. Please desist.
      We understand -- we get your gist.
      But can we get our ship to go?
      Please, make it so, PLEASE make it so.

      LaForge:
      There's sabotage among the wires
      And that's what started all the fires.

      Riker:
      We have a saboteur? Oh, no!
      We need to go! We need to go!

      Troi:
      We must seek out the traitor spy
      And lock him up and ask him why?

      Worf:
      Ask him why? How sentimental.
      I say give him problems dental.

      Troi:
      Are any Romulan ships around?
      Have scanners said that they've been found?
      Or is it Borg or some new threat
      We haven't even heard of yet?
      I sense no malice in this crew.
      Now what are we supposed to do?

      Crusher:
      Captain, please, the Indrans need us.
      They cry out, "Help us, clothe us, feed us!"
      I can't just sit and let them die!
      A doctor MUST attempt -- MUST try!

      Picard:
      Doctor, please, we'll get there soon.

      Crusher:
      They may be dead by Tuesday noon.

      * COMMERCIAL BREAK, COMMERCIAL BREAK
      HOW LONG WILL THESE DUMB ADS TAKE? *

      Worf:
      The saboteur is in the brig.
      He's very strong and very big.
      I had my phaser set on stun --
      A zzzip! A zzzap! Another one!
      He would not budge, he would not fall,
      He would not stun, no, not at all!
      He changed into a stranger form
      All soft and purple, round and warm.

      Picard:
      Did you see this, Mr. Worf?
      Did you see this creature morph?

      Worf:
      I did and then I beat him fairly.
      Hit him on the jaw -- quite squarely.

      Riker:
      My commendations, Klingon friend!
      Our troubles now are at an end!

      Crusher:
      Now let's get our ship to fly
      And orbit yonder Indran sky!

      Picard:
      LaForge, please tell me we can go...?

      LaForge:
      Yes, sir, we can.

      Picard:
      Then make it so!
      Der Mensch ist endlich auch ein Federvieh, denn gar mancher zeigt, wie er a Feder in die Hand nimmt, dass er ein Viech ist.
      Johann Nestroy

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