CHINA MILLENNIUM PROPHESY
They'll drop in from the sky one day,
come off of every sea,
so many--we will pause and say
"how many can there be?"
Their army's been conscripted from
more population boom,
and though we knew it had to come,
we'd hoped they had more room.
They're building airplanes by the score
and ships both day and night,
to fill them with the scent of war,
and multitudes of might,
and they will not be turning back
the numbers are well planned,
from out of China there's no lack
of needing much more land.
We'll throw them one more crumb or two,
and hope it meets their need,
but politicians know it's true,
it's only from our greed.
From forest steppes and from the heart
of Genghis Khan they'll come
demanding this to be the start
of their millennium.
© Ron Wilson aka Vee Bdosa the doylestown poet