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Inconspicuous Queendom

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Inconspicuous Queendom

A slab of cracked concrete pavement
Permanently fixed in a row
Of similar, less damaged slabs
Exists a miniaturized realm.
Within the fracture grows a few,
Tiny clumps of unnoticed grass 
And a single dandelion.
Deep within the dark cavity
A colony of zealous ants
Ruled by a single fertile queen
Work in well defined labor crews.
A team of seven working high
Atop the yellow nectar globe
Begin their long laden descent.

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  1. Date: 6/21/2011 12:37:00 PM
    This makes a very good glimpse into a world of critters that we are not all too familiar with. Write on!