Monthly Archives: February 2018

Defective Monsanto

A Poem by Birtha de Fect band aids of breath fleshly blob intrusive tumors:castrati & anti revolting and angered—the slur taking the point  from the point here and now…achoos and ahah despite the deaths and a dread enemies mired in … Continue reading

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Take That, Monsanto!

Tết Nguyên Đán, “Feast of the First Morning of the First Day”.

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Looking for the Devil w/ Monsanto

A Poem by Craig Shay Uncomforting talk, spoils gala festivities – Every age is a landscape overflowing with savagery. Look away! Wrapped in the comfort of consumerism – It costs a fortune to keep the devils at bay. Petrified voices … Continue reading

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The Earth is Crying

A poem by Charlyne Van Oosbree The earth is crying, “What more do you want from me?” she asks. “I’ve given you my rice paddies, my oil, my rich black soil.” — The earth is crying. “What more do you … Continue reading

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