Monthly Archives: November 2017

Monsanto’s—

A Poem by Richard D. Hartwell Monsanto’s – “Sustainable Agriculture” through “Product Stewardship” by “Ensuring Environmental Standards” and “Protecting the Safety of Communities and People” Buoyed up by destructive agents: “Elite seed genetics with cutting-edge traits,” with depleted nutrition and … Continue reading

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THE PRESENCE (Surpassing Monsanto & Dow Chemical)

A poem by Stefanie Bennett Beyond Description: Too wound-weary To hold, The Beloved Lays The wild violet Beside The Patron Saint Of Soul.

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BECAUSE OF AGENT ORANGE

A Poem by M. Lapin There are things you must explain to me darkness is one, the red flare of light another Again the morning sky overcast and dust, a pallor of bruised flesh and blackened eyes. Again the rains … Continue reading

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