“No more!” says the Rhino…Posted: January 30, 2014
When looking at nations
and their respective reigns over nature;
one finds that the rhino once had fair relations with the melanins
or at least co-existed without threat/danger,
and if horns were taken — it was after a natural death.
Then the eugenes came to the lands
and they started taking the horns out of mere fascination/adventure
or to decorate their theatres.
And now the yings want the horns carved into ornaments/treasure
to symbolise their growing wealth.
“No more!” says the Rhino…
© Heath Muchena, 2014