Tag Archives: Vietnam

Dear Agent Orange

A Video Presentation by Ricki E. Bellos, Colleen Miller and Jim Purtell

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The Dow Chemical Executive

A Prose Poem by M. Lapin –based on the poem, “The Colonel,” by Carolyn Forché This is what is true. I went to the Dow Chemical executive’s house. He had a servant, a very plain-looking girl, probably from strong stock, … Continue reading

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To the Directors Past and Present of Monsanto and Dow Chemical:

A poem by Melvin L. Johnson When the blood lines pull taunt and your evil is done, The hell bound and ugly come on the run Cross cutting fields, tearing down wheat, Swallowing your souls because evil is sweet. The … 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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The Year of Falling Leaves

A Poem by Jeffrey Park Imagine, please, there were many happy children living in that far-away place and they all went to school in a sturdy rustic one-room school house with its wooden desks and smooth wooden benches and a … Continue reading

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