Category Archives: Richard D. Hartwell

Genetic Rape

A Poem by Richard D. Hartwell Too damaged at birth to survive alone, too innocent to euthanize anonymously; assuming her mismanaged maternity, the mother maintains belief in miracles. Striking a stoical stance, the father hopes it’s not his fault and … Continue reading

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The New Years’s Gift that should be paid for by Monsanto, Dow Chemical, others

from H.R.6416 – Jeff Miller and Richard Blumenthal Veterans Health Care and Benefits Improvement Act of 2016 https://www.congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/house-bill/6416/text Subtitle C—Toxic Exposure SEC. 631. DEFINITIONS. In this subtitle: (1) ARMED FORCES.—The term “Armed Forces” means the United States Army, Navy, Marine … Continue reading

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Awaiting Arrest

A Poem by Richard D. Hartwell Yeah, I placed more cards today; in fact, I’m almost out of them. Yeah, those cards, the ones condemningMonsanto’s legacy, the ones I place on Roundup® displays in Costco®, Lowe’s® and Home Depot® every … Continue reading

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Congratulations Veterans! The Toxic Exposure Research Act is Part of a Bill That Just Passed the House and Senate–Another Victory Against Monsanto, Dow and Others

Just Plain God News: On Saturday, the Miller-Blumenthal Veterans Health Care and Benefits Act, H.R. 6416 passed the senate. The bill passed both the House and the Senate by unanimous approval and is now on the way to the President’s … Continue reading

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Dreaming the Death of Monsanto

A Poem by Richard D. Hartwell I dream of Monsanto’s demise, the roots of its board sucking poison, the leaves of its stockholders shriveled, the petals of its enslaved users fallen away; I dream of the death of its corporate … Continue reading

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Assisted Suicide

A Poem by Richard D. Hartwell Unlike marriage, suicide is consummated when – swamps are free of mosquitoes, birds and butterflies, overnight leaves, fronds and ferns turn brown and fall; bomb craters lie moist and sticky in the noontime sun; … Continue reading

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How can Monsanto keep up all of its trouble and your country’s leaders let them be?

A Response Essay from Richard D. Hartwell Monsanto is punished by your country and has to pay big fine. I do not understand how they can be allowed to tell your government what to do. This DARK Act is confusing … Continue reading

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