Category Archives: Korea J. Brownstein

Monsanto, What Have You Done?

A Poem by Korea J. Brownstein I am an old man. I’m seventy-two. I’m supposed to go to high school, but I do not–I go to day care. I’m seventy-two, but I look like I’m two and I always sleep … Continue reading

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AN OWL OVERLOOKING AN EMPIRE OF RUIN

A Poem by Korea Brownstein –Based on a sculpture created by Mayo Turner while serving time for bank robbery. The three dimensional piece is made from rope, wooden sticks and velvet on a plywood frame. Empty eyed Tall tale signs … Continue reading

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Birth Defects and Monsanto

A Poem by Korea J. Brownstein Empty eyed Tall tale signs Broken wing Straw heart Stuck in a web Dead child Below the womb Looking upon Colorful moon

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Dow Chemical, What Have You Done?

A Poem by Korea J. Brownstein I am an old man. I’m seventy-two. I’m supposed to go to high school, but I do not–I go to day care. I’m seventy-two, but I look like I’m two and I always sleep … Continue reading

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