A form of government that had never been conceived as such by a theoretician or gardener, nor any other principled mind. Its origin lays on a pile of dung and wastes that grew into a formation of steaming hills – moldy prospect mounds that are ruled by gulls, who are the most opportunistic of all citizens.
Under a system of Kakistocracy, the integrity of the heap is usually defended by a cherry-blossom-scent blasting system. Its economy grows from its continuous import of organic wastes and export of exquisite fertilizers.
From Beneath the Pavement: A Garden