Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Legacy of Dow Chemical

A Poem by A. J. Huffman With smell of smoke poisoning the air, my lungs remind me something has died. The acrid ghost of ashes lingers, wrapping itself around what is remaining. I breathe in this gangrenized essence, a memory … Continue reading

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Monsanto Video Revolt: Patti Jo Roth Edwards

A Video by Riversinger12655

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Monsanto Video Revolt: The Nature of the Beast

A Video by shaungaserman

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Monsanto Video Revolt: Rich Man’s War

A Video by Lux Mundi

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At the Beginning

A poem by Sao Mai Nguyen Dioxin Dioxin kills weed I knew it from Monsanto’s Roundup Dow has produced a similar one I found it in the soil Not only just that Inside the veteran’s body who had sacrificed … Continue reading

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Monsanto Sues Nature

Monsanto Sues Nature

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Vowel Movement

A Poem by Donal Mahoney When a writer lacks verbs and nouns he’s the victim of writer’s block. His mind may house too many consonants, too few vowels. Without vowels, his consonants congeal and become a mass. The result is … Continue reading

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