Aurora: A Correspondence Picture
The world is full of potential coincidences, but I doubt many of them are actually substantial. Most, I suspect, are orchestrated, either by interested parties, or by the basic desire to perceive structure and meaning in chaos. This poem draws simultaneously from the Greek myth of Dawn/Aurora and the supposed UFO crash in Aurora, Texas. It also is based upon a curious message that I have seen in a context that rendered it quite cryptic. I had a vested interest. This poem might be best understood as a letter from an Investigator to his client. He once considered this to be a routine case, but became intimately involved. The moral is that events have different meanings for different people and that such significances may be illusions.