He came from a future, dark and grim
A world of war, of loss and sin
He said he’d come to change our fate
To alter the path, before it’s too late
He spoke of time and space and war
Of things we couldn’t comprehend or ignore
He warned of danger, he warned of pain
He begged us to listen, before it’s in vain
But did we believe him, this man from the future?
Or did we dismiss him, as a madman’s venture?
His tale remains a mystery, a puzzle yet to solve
John Titor, the time traveler, a legend that evolved