Category Archives: poetry

The Missed Insurrection

(ed. Originally published November 10, 2013 – here!) “Find Each Other” (just don’t tell Glenn Beck)…     We found each other with a conspiratorial wink – our alliance affirmed. We spilled our secrets deep into morning, sparking at the resin … Continue reading

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“we see you more than what took you down”

(ed. Originally published March 3, 2012 – here!) This system has got to die So you stood and Occupied Fingers clinched Shirts in tow, describing the violence, Supporting the overthrow Our arms were linked By struggle and dissent You denounced the … Continue reading

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“The Revolution Will Be Weird”

  (ed. Originally published Jan. 14, 2012 – here.) The revolution will be improvised. At times, that will work out badly. At other times, that will work out beautifully. The revolution will be carefully calculated. At times that will work out … Continue reading

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