Category Archives: Stefanie Bennett

The Overview

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett –After Monsanto & Dow Chemicals Watching the storm Roll up its sleeves Above the serialized Splash Of an ever-onward Changing tide The Thunderbird Dives For cover. Advertisements

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The Fix…

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett …In Spite of Monsanto & Dow Chemicals Mon dieu! I did not expect to find you splayed out On the recliner Exuberant but bewailing The new Great Recession’s turn Around, land cheats, and Government laxity … Continue reading

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RATIONINGS

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett – After Monsanto & Dow Chemicals You stride the flat of my hand Egg of the world. Painfully shy, you stretch out Your two new legs Always on sunset. To tell the rest of it … Continue reading

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APOLOGUE

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett for Monsanto & Dow Chemicals Since there’s the scarcity Of timbre to it, what Is it that’s Been fleeced From me! Separate tables! A bogus Wine waiter! And The tuning-fork Of a sublet Indefinable Symphonic … Continue reading

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THE PRESENCE (Surpassing Monsanto & Dow Chemical)

A poem by Stefanie Bennett Beyond Description: Too wound-weary To hold, The Beloved Lays The wild violet Beside The Patron Saint Of Soul.

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THE WHAT OF FOREVER (Without Monsanto & Dow Chemical)

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett Away with the leaf’s Star face And the jagged air, I make My notes On the overflow Of night’s Visible rhetoric For you to come And go As you please… For you To pass Unseen.

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SHINE: The Gulf (for Tim), Before Monsanto & Dow Chemical

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett Because happenstance Likes To play truant The colour Of the smoke-house Is indigo Twirling much As a prayer-wheel Does before The river wild Sucks it on Back up A full throated February gullet Quieting The … Continue reading

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