Author Archives: mhbrownstein

Why I Can’t be Poetic

A Prose/Poem/Essay by Richard D. Hartwell I write poetry, some of it good, but when I started to compose verse about the impact of Dow, Monsanto and my government on Vietnam, I cried. I just couldn’t put into poetic from … Continue reading

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rain[herbicide]rainbow

A Poem by Jessica Otto Hand in the dirt 1962. Hand in the hand of the dying manwomanchild rain[herbicide]rainbow Bayer’s Chemical in the breathblood three four generations rain[herbicide]rainbow Agent Bayer Corporation Orange

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The Fable of the Bees

A Poem by Anon ymous Paint me the Agent Orange sky. I want to remember the fable of the bees. You told it to me the weekend we lived with the monks; told me we had to make love quietly … Continue reading

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AGENT ORANGE IN AMERICA

A Video by AustinMcConnell

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A Poem by Robert Burns

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AGENT ORANGE, VIET NAM

A Poem by M. Lapin –because of the website http://www.projectagentorange.com Earth cannot be cruel holding everything Eden — allowing seed and life to come from its grip and the spirits, too, deep from buried sleep. They wake within the hull … Continue reading

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A Painting by Józef czapski See also: Józef Czapski A LIFE IN TRANSLATION by KEITH BOTSFORD

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