Author Archives: mhbrownstein


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Cesium 37

A Poem by Russell Streur Did not Shoot anyone Spill cesium Into the bay Set fire to the monk Detonate the IED Drive under the influence Or watch the tube today But Thought about it lots. Played some cards instead … Continue reading

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Elves in the forest Because Monsanto’s Death Agents are Newr

Photograph by Nhu Trang Pham

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After the damage Monsanto, Dow Chemical, and others did with Agent Orange, can it get any worse? Yes.

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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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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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