Category Archives: M. Lapin

THE DISEASE OF AGENT ORANGE

A Poem by M. Lapin Once I listened to a poet (but I cannot remember her name or the title of her poem) who wrote lines about Cincinnati using the Yellow Pages, the names of corporations, factories, the outpouring of … Continue reading

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Sunset over Chemical Valley

A Poem by M. Lapin Once I listened to a poet (but I cannot remember her name or the title of her poem) who wrote lines about Cincinnati using the Yellow Pages, the names of corporations, factories, the outpouring of … Continue reading

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WHY I AM BOYCOTTING MONSANTO AND DOW CHEMICAL

A Poem by M. Lapin –for the Vietnamese people and the American Viet Nam Veterans http://www.projectagentorange.com When I gather my strength and walk down a row into my field where nothing can grow (except concrete and gravel and a few … Continue reading

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SO WHY ARE YOU NOT BOYCOTTING MONSANTO?

A Fragment of a Poem by M. Lapin Every child who died before birth from Agent Orange poisoning entered the night sky a new star— every child who died before the age of ten from Agent Orange poisoning entered the … Continue reading

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How Often Do We Have To Miss the Point

A Poem by M. Lapin I wake ugly this morning cucumber flesh piled neatly on the kitchen counter the dogs behind their barricade the sky Monsanto gray. Three and a half laps equal a mile, the mulberries have resigned, someone … Continue reading

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A Gift List from Monsanto

A Poem by M.Lapin GMOs have a history of being totally safe.–too many people so please read on This Christmas do not give me GMO mistletoe, do not place a wreath of evil on my door, do not give me … Continue reading

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Monsanto’s Giving Tuesday, December 1

A Poem by M.Lapin Monsanto, too, celebrates Giving Tuesday. It gives to lawyers to patent life. It gives to scientists to change their results. It gives to research journals filling them with bias. It gives to stop GMO labeling in … Continue reading

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