I believe I agree with jacoberin. And I do like it when you pack in such meaning in fewer words. I usually have to look up quite a bit just to comment. Your poetry is like a very detailed and perfectly complicated painting. Only I wish I could see more simply by observation.
I like this short one. It takes a few goes to wrap your head around it, but this is not because of the language, it's because of the relationship of the words.
I'm not saying you don't have that going on in other pieces, I'm saying here it seems more accessible.
It was neat actually, the poem seems like a glyph and behind that or once you interpret that you can,
very readily, see the people, the community. Smashing effect. That font is very good for that.
I like it, it's robotic and then, not. almost like the words are as a screen saver and behind that, in miniature, the multiplicity of people focusing ones attention back to the title, 'power'
So, I guess here at ES we are a small pond and evolve in part because of that environment. I believe that, so I love to see when a person is making use of that environment. That is no different from being taken by an experience or a particular view, or going for a walk and picking up a bit of driftwood. But, again, I like that it shows intelligence and is indicative of time spent in a particular environment.
Sometimes I wonder how cavemen etc managed the leap from not being able to do something to being able to do something, sometimes I wonder how Thomas Edison managed a concept like the phone, progressively I think the answer is just that, time spent and a developed awareness of our environment. Best use of a title I've seen, and it really gives the concepts a sense of scale, a bit like the star wars intros in construction, only here, more sparse and cooler.
Your piece brings to mind something I wrote a while ago called "Internal decay" and the feelings that triggered that write or more like the style I used because I don't seem to know what you really meant I can only speculate that you were talking about multiculturalism, but then again I reckon "Jacoberin" would be more qualified to comment on this.