Monthly Archives: February 2020

The Jungle Revisited

A Poem by Gertrude Wong The trees were wrapped in vines and monkeys, fruit hung heavy from the branches as if heat could be water, and there was water, a lot of water, water everywhere, waterfalls and cascades and deep … Continue reading

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A L.A.N.G.U.A.G.E. Poem by welcometoearth Monsatan

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from Devil into English: The Translation of Monsanto and Dow

A Poem by M. Lapin The spawning of disease and contempt, the stretching of skin, the knotting of bone. Monsanto translated from Devil: “a sloppiness of evil, a great roar of pain, the beginnings of the end of food chains” … Continue reading

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