Saturday, May 14, 2011

Administering a Form of Justice (42)

Beyond the realm of the yellow land in a purple sea, the stench of death is categorised into colours and mourned less than paler shades of white. In auburn sands, the abhorred hue decays in sweltering solitude - fodder for swarms of flies. In fragments of fictitious landscape, a word trembles above all others. A new glossary is launched, defining illegality within a context. Miles away, the ephemeral declaration of human rights is also recited within a context of condemnation after failing in enforcing protection. The yellow land in a purple sea breathes a sigh of relief at the prospect of death preventing the staining of their patriotic hues.

1 comment:

  1. Wow! The use of colours to describe death in patriotism is just perfect!