Social Tectonics – Written Monday 29th June 2020 (Aged 45)

Social Tectonics

sometimes social change
happens with a sudden jolt
social tectonics
the obvious fault
people cling,
to a self imagined past
and then,
when things do not last
they perhaps,
do live in a past
we do cling on to,
those long lost skies
social change can collide
but it happens,
without a vote or even consent
you actually lose nothing
it is just the constant change
it is just social tectonics

James Garratt – Monday 29th June 2020

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