Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Dow Chemical Executive Celebrates the New Year

A Prose Poem by M. Lapin –based on the poem, “The Colonel,” by Carolyn Forché This is what is true. I went to the Dow Chemical executive’s house. He had a servant, a very plain-looking girl, probably from strong stock, … Continue reading

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The Monsanto Executive Celebrates Christmas

A poem by M. Lapin –based on the poem, “The Colonel,” by Carolyn Forché This is what is true. I did go to the Monsanto executive’s house. He had a servant, tall and strong, with wide-open eyes and exquisite posture. … Continue reading

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Solstice Thoughts

Solstice Thoughts by Bob Boldt At the end of the War in Europe, Norman Corwin broadcast these words to the war weary world. In a time that had just emerged from the prospect of an eternal darkness dominated by Hitler’s … Continue reading

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Arnold Chiari Malformation

A Prose Piece by heather from thread: http://projectagentorange.com/wordpress/?p=870 It is a very hard thing to think that the country we serve and the war we send our men and woman to can hurt and expose not only there genes, but … Continue reading

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Because Monsanto Made Agent Orange

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