Category Archives: Craig Shay

Looking to the Devil for Kindness (and Monsanto is the devil in deed)

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 sound so truly … Continue reading

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Little-man Nailed to a Wooden Cross

A Poem by Craig Shay It’s too late. mountains of buffalo hides return to an unseen world where medicine men have retreated to their caves of dreams Paleface is alone on his conquered surface, a clown, in his colorful flag … Continue reading

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Going to War to Preserve Peace

A Poem by Craig Shay Bengali tigers, transformed into humans with bowie knives and political ties. There are so many guerillas hidden among the trees. What does the world look like out the window of that white mansion? Tens of … Continue reading

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