Monthly Archives: March 2013

Tickets to the Orange Bowl Provided by Monsanto & Dow

A Poem by Richard Hartwell Humping a stunning jade jungle, hunting for elusive someones fading into emerald somewheres. Emerge from trees, find desert, made of orange devastation, warfare by aggressive overkill. B-52 bomb-cratered eruptions, pockmarks on a pristine scene, tumultuous … Continue reading

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22 Syllables

Poem by Anon ymous I’m a ghost; here, but never was. I’m a wisp of wind, a memory. Monsanto’s victim.

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Monsanto’s Agent Speaks

A Poem by A. J. Huffman I buried myself up to my chin in the hollow flesh of men who were all too happy to sacrifice for the cause. Then I colored my hair with their eyes. And my lips, … Continue reading

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Dear Agent Orange Lyrics

Song lyrics by Ricki E. Bellos and Jim Purtell We met so many years ago A soldier and kid Trying to survive and make it home Didn’t know you played for keeps Lying in wait inside of me Dear … Continue reading

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