Monthly Archives: October 2015

Monsanto–Here’s Some Free Advice

When hate is in the seeds, you can only harvest weeds. Ernst Jünger, The Glass Bees In joined hands there is hope; in a clenched fist, none. Victor Hugo, Toilers of the Sea An eye for an eye only ends … Continue reading

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MATHEMATICS

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett [Always remembering Monsanto and Dow] The dawn is shaded, laced With assorted inks. My love, a kind that Blends well, tells Of the mighty High-drunk planets that Test us ‘Lest we forget’ How maybe the … Continue reading

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Causation

A Poem by Richard D. Hartwell My granddaughter makes potions in the backyard. She uses them to feed the flowers and make mud-pies. There is innocence to this that augurs the woman to come. * * * You make potions, … Continue reading

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ONE HAND CONTINUES ITS CLAPPING

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett (Remembering Monsanto & Dow Chemicals) Feel in colour. The destruction of sound Is mild green, terminable. Easy on the eyes; paint ash or lilac As if they could not see. Tri-colour the body from the … Continue reading

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