Monthly Archives: February 2015

Genetic Rape

A Poem by Richard D. Hartwell Too damaged at birth to survive alone, too innocent to euthanize anonymously; assuming her mismanaged maternity, the mother maintains belief in miracles. Striking a stoical stance, the father hopes it’s not his fault and … Continue reading

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TIDE’S PARTING SYNDROME

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett After ‘Monsanto & Dow Chemicals’ It’s a mug’s game Not giving up; I mean – Even Kant’s Reasonable in season. And the long-gone chime? Checking out A belvedere’s Onrushing weathervane Chatting heroically From the other … Continue reading

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Succession

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett After Monsanto & Dow Chemical My book, my aged nursery rhyme, I will not let you Go unprepared Into a bullying market-place. With humility, I will school you. And with passion, Arm you. Arm you … Continue reading

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Ancestral ghosts in your genome | Michael Skinner |

Thank you, Dow Chemical and Monsanto.

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Yesterday’s Dark Night, Tomorrow’s Dark Dawn, of Monsanto the Soulless

A Poem by Richard D. Hartwell Current legal practice invests corporations with personhood. I abjure this semantic parsing, this complex Faustian contract. Such created, malleable entities, with individual rights protected and corporate relativity intact, contain diluted responsibilities. Monsanto and its … Continue reading

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