Monthly Archives: January 2013

Brothers of Monsanto’s Agent Orange

A Poem by Devlin De La Chapa Plowing through the fields of life we lived the last of our best days at war’s end, and though I realize you have always been my brother I never thought of you as … Continue reading

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One Poisoned Flower

Devlin De La Chapa he brings to me a single white Gardenia faintly dusted in Agent Orange blossom he’s embarrassed to tell me about Nam, about the painted ladies in almond eyes or about how he dreamt about Dow Chem the color … Continue reading

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With Match

A Poem by A.J. Huffman strike moment, I spark.  Catch, flame, fly.  Consuming my surroundings, I sputter, cough, choke on the repercussions of my success.  Flicker, fall out.  Puff, I slink away in one last breath of smoked regret.   … Continue reading

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Unsent Letter #7

A Prose Poem by Anon ymous I love edges. Anything that can take me down another city block, around corners; into the permanent. The air is lousy with shouts from irritated cars. It’s all breakable; you tell me joy is … Continue reading

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Unsent Letter #2

A Prose Poem by Anon ymous. Now, there is nothing but dirt. They took the trees, bushes; even part of the sidewalk. Monsanto and Dow Chemical are gone. The flashing red and blue a quiet promise they will not return. … Continue reading

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