Monthly Archives: September 2012

Yes on Prop 37 – California Right To Know

A Video by Carighttoknow And boycott Monsanto:

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Monsanto Gets Shut Down!

OK, so it’s not a poem, but it is poetic justice: Monsanto Gets Shut Down! On September 12 activists calling themselves the Genetic Crimes Unit shut down shipping and receiving access points at Monsanto’s Oxnard seed distribution facility. By … Continue reading

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in excelsis Deo

A Poem by Anon ymous She is determined to find God, figures it’s easy to recognize a peddler when you hear one: a teller of tales, raconteur, that serpent in man’s clothing. She wonders if it is enough to fly … Continue reading

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The Birth Defect of Monsanto

A Poem by Birtha de Fect band aids of breath fleshly blob intrusive tumors:castrati & anti revolting and angered—the slur taking the point  from the point here and now…achoos and ahah despite the deaths and a dread enemies mired in … Continue reading

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Monsanto’s Genocide

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 … Continue reading

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How Monsanto Gets Rid of the Evidence

A Poem by Seymour Brownstein A man was buried nobody knew, His identity checked away from view— Life can be a spiteful frolic, A necessity to probe in spite of colic. No one claimed him, no one cared, A wretched … Continue reading

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