Category Archives: Stefanie Bennett

SLEEPWALKING

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett –Because of Monsanto & Dow Chemical The easy-speak wind Has a lot On her mind. Me? I’m watching My Ps and Qs Just as the frost Does Back of The blind Stump Where The Ghost … Continue reading

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Don’t Cry My Children

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett – after Monsanto and Dow Chemical They scold you for being Too big for your boots. For back-chatting. For singing in quiet places. For feeding the animals. For questioning the damnation Of some; the elation … Continue reading

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DREAM VOLLEY; Summer of ‘69 for Mick (Never Forgetting Monsanto and Dow Chemical)

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett I wanted to come back. The stones had not moved Since my passing. A cock still crowed late, Past daylight. The windmill sat stern, Forever unturned. Wildflowers hugged the back door. The old dog… once … Continue reading

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SPIRALS – During Monsanto & Dow Chemicals

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett] In the saddened air hanging Blotting paper hints At being sky. Oceans Have been sponged up. Forests cling To this pulp ceiling. Insight of beholders, our views Are bound to differ. See! A plastic lark … Continue reading

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MEMORANDUM, Answer the Question Monsanto

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett Where’s your regiment; What cargo Do you Carry from Happening To Happening!

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MULTIPLICATION: After Monsanto & Dow Chemical

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett What shall we do with the wounds? We are imprisoning the thorns. What shall we do with the thorns? We must save them For the final dictator. What shall we do with the final dictator? … Continue reading

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A BANNER FOR MONSANTO & DOW

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett The jury’s asleep, the hologram Hangs tickets on itself. I want to ingest your mind And set it Free-walking. Given the chance, I want to return Civilisation To its civilians as A mechanical golden glove … Continue reading

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