We are encircled by skyscraping headstones
in the graveyard of modern urbanity:
A mass grave crowded with grey concrete caskets
we like to call our society.
We can never see the sun, because a skyline of grey twisting towers
swallows all light; colors everything black.
We grew accustomed to live in cities – hostile to life.
Like a morbid kraken they corrupt the surrounding land.