A Poem by Geno Cide

genocide the silence of spring
eco’s damage: the end is here
no healthy seeds–no children
only silence–no more an echo
crumbling everything autistic
idiocrity gains &  lost confetti
deaths  disease and the dread
every birth defect: a genocide

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A poem by anon.

when the hot air leaves the room,

the blood is swept away,

tissue and scars are mopped and gone,

why is it weecannot talk to one another,

cannot be gracious losers–

yes, this is when democracy begins

to wind dow and become bitter failure.

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A Haiku by Virginie Colline

Earth blue like an orange in the children’s eyes the colors of your indelible seeds

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Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes slipped and testified he supports the ‘right to riot’ at his January 6 trial

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Marjorie Taylor Greene Saying Pelosi Deserves Death

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A Poem by Balo

If bones were to break so easily,
I could only see them crushed
with a swift blade, swift pole.
I cross her face and down her bust
leaving only blood to fall,
I grab her by her neck
and drag through the floor
leaving splinters in her fingertips
and pain throughout her back
I hear the bones crush
and it makes me laugh.

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Eternal War

A Poem by Chris Butler

Blood and oil
have never mixed,
as all the grains of sand,
are outnumbered by the stars
in the bosom of the earth
that are never rinsed clean
with biblical floods,
showing the indifference
of our one and only god,
choking the stenches of
gunpowder, lime
and the freedom of death

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A poem by Sao Mai Nguyen

Dioxin kills weed
I knew it from Monsanto’s Roundup
Dow has produced a similar one
I found it in the soil
Not only just that
Inside the veteran’s body who had sacrificed for his country
Not only just that
It passes on and on
Something needs to be stopped
Better at the beginning

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Give thanks to Tunkasila, for He has added one more day to your life, not because you need it–but because someone might need you.

–Tiny Decory, Unofficial Mayor of Pine Ridge, South Dakota, Oglala Lakota Native American Reservation

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“I don’t fear death; I fear remaining silent in the face of injustice…I say to those who would eliminate my voice: I am ready, wherever and whenever you might strike. You can cut down the flower, but nothing can stop the coming of the spring”
— Malalai Joya, A Woman Among Warlords

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