Couple of thoughts strike.
One a couplet analogous to “Water, water everywhere, Not a drop to drink anywhere” as BUILDINGS BUILDINGS EVERYWHERE, NOT A TREE IN SIGHT ANYWHERE!
Second, buildings of all types & sizes: tall, short, lean, fat; piled up lego sets forming narrow paths for toy cars, a child’s play.
An urban jungle (sic). The title is a misnomer. Jungle implies cool shades, leafy glades, swaying trees, rippling streams. flowery moss, twittering birds, shadowy nooks, dappled sunlight, harmonious sounds and lurking life.
Here towering concrete structures, unyielding in their stance; radiation bouncing off them adding to the heat; horns honking adding to the din; imitation light aiding artificial cooling; a world governed by metallic wealth.
World in a hurry, no time for living things – people, animals, birds, flowers, trees, etc. We have exchanged gold for tinsel. Sad, tragic that we don’t realize it.
In our search for Utopia, we have lost Shangri-la.