Category Archives: Shari Clark

Birth Defects

A Poem by Shari Clark I ask you, stockholders, investors, money makers, money movers, Monsanto terrorists, Dow Chemical criminals, I ask you: is it right to place the cost of poison ahead of the cost of people? Is it right … Continue reading

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Veteran’s Day and Beyond

A Poem by Shari Clark Dawn and the thunder is no longer in the sky, the ground moist with dew and rainfall, and the chemicals keep arriving, keep arriving, splatter the tarmacs, splatter human skin, but not the bottom line … Continue reading

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I Wake Early In the Evening

A Poem by Shari Clark Forty years later I wake early into the night and Agent Orange kicks in— How was I to know the Monsanto/Dow Chemical barrels that held it we used to gather rain water for showers could … Continue reading

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Birth Defects

A Poem by Shari Clark I ask you, stockholders, investors, money makers, money movers, Monsanto terrorists, Dow Chemical criminals, I ask you: is it right to place the cost of poison ahead of the cost of people? Is it right … Continue reading

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