Monthly Archives: August 2017

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Days of Our Lives

A Poem by Radek Ozog–inspired by the following newspaper article: reading, one blue moon the old Ann Arbor MI News 1970’s news reads “population boom! the a little towns has grown into small city” big city problems have devolved … Continue reading

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SHINE: The Gulf (for Tim), Before Monsanto & Dow Chemical

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett Because happenstance Likes To play truant The colour Of the smoke-house Is indigo Twirling much As a prayer-wheel Does before The river wild Sucks it on Back up A full throated February gullet Quieting The … Continue reading

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The Way Monsanto Destroyed My Way of Life

A Painting by a Vietnamese child who lives in the city of Dong Ha.

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