Saturday, January 3, 2015

the Dorian Invasion - by Bob Atkinson

the Dorian Invasion
(c)2014 Bob Atkinson

to invade into a new land
requires careful thought
how could one rearrange
populations where they're not

does this deed require
force upon another
or, does meaningful realignment
appeal more to subtle gestures

a Dorian invasion
gives study to past events
obscure in quiet openness
cloudy in mere presence

so light in touch, not seen by those
who find their numbers small
when compared to in-fluxed masses
of people from afar

not good nor bad nor in between
this change of mass location
derives from nature's want of more
extended variations

she sees an opportunity
to mix cultures in the land
finding many ideals evolve
when shook up in a can

here, in our own time
we see this flux revise
opinions of our population
seeking methods to survive

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