Monthly Archives: May 2013

Monsanto’s Fog

A Poem by M. Lapin and Richard D. Hartwell and the sun comes up with the hues of Agent Orange, Monsanto gray–fiery like the breath of the devil. These nurses, these chaplains, these soldiers… sprayed down the great clouds of … Continue reading

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A Monsanto/Dow Chemical Memorial Day

A Poem by M. Lapin and the sun comes up with the hues of Agent Orange, Monsanto gray–fiery like the breath of the devil. These nurses, these chaplains, these soldiers… sprayed down the great clouds of poison on the forest … Continue reading

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I Wake Early In the Evening

A Poem by Shari Clark Forty years later I wake early into the night and Agent Orange kicks in— How was I to know the Monsanto/Dow Chemical barrels that held it we used to gather rain water for showers could … Continue reading

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Monsanto Haiku

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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Rick’s Request

Family, Friends and Acquaintances: Rick’s Request Rick

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Happy Mother’s Day

Mothers can change the world

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Tribunal for Monsanto and Dow

A Poem by Richard D. Hartwell You are men of no reason, embenched, intent, and only prepared to discourse on any other subject of your selection. Your self-assurance only seems to be at peace, with crossed legs, bent arms, ramrod … Continue reading

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