Treasure Island

Han Min Ohn

(29.7.1983 / Yangon)

Hocus-Pocus Village


Once upon a time on a planet named Hocus-pocus
All aliens lived in a village around a certain locus
There were about 200 families living in that village
Each family distinct from another in its culture and heritage.

These families hardly tried to understand the different others
But always planning to exert their influence under various covers
Worked together these alien families might occasionally be
Only for using each other to fulfill their own family’s necessities.

Weak families were devoured by strong ones in time
Until only the strongest were left in the rhyme
They continued the fight for dominating the village
Like as if there were no other alternative passage

This fight for power went on for decades after decades
Until the hocuses they created, the planet could no longer take
Having completely depleted of energy to remain in further focus
The planet finally disappeared, trembling a large roar of hocus-pocus.

Submitted: Monday, October 28, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 28, 2013

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