Category Archives: Sarah M. Zang

The Real World

A Poem by Sarah M. Zang Contrived, this patch of barren ground, this poisoned realm where dreams have curled like dead leaves seared before their time, but not by sun nor season. All has fallen to a race begun by … Continue reading

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Greed

A Poem by Sarah M. Zang The wrath of all the seasons past falls fast upon this gloomy day, There’s not a single ray of sun seen to mingle with dire deeds done. Monsanto and Dow Chemical would burn our … Continue reading

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I won’t be drinking tea with Monsanto or Dow Chemical

A Poem by smzang (Sarah M. Zang) First year English and already they can say forgive. They have forgiven but can we? The travesty of spraying agent orange to further peace; translate that please. It’s Sunday and the sun is … Continue reading

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