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Leonard Gontarek: National Security

 

Monday: Alphabet Soup.

Tuesday: Alphabet Soup.

Wednesday: Punctuation Soup.

 

The sun cinches the edge of winter trees.

 

Why this talk of seeing

into your own nature? 51 more words

Poetry

Eva-Maria Simms: Fascism is never democratic

It was St. Patrick’s Day weekend in 2016, and I was out in my garden digging the ground in preparation for the spring planting season.  The day was warm, and I saw young people out on the sidewalk decked out in green top-hats and t-shirts making their way to Pittsburgh’s St. 827 more words

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Reading War & Peace #7: One Woman’s Journey to Healing a Broken Leg

As Bon Jovi once said “OHHHHHHHH WE’RE HALF WAY THERE OH-OHH”. I admit I wasn’t around when Jon said it, but I have this feeling deep inside somewhere that he was talking about hitting page 541. 673 more words

Book

John Samuel Tieman: The Dirty War

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it’s not the police you see
Eduardo says
fear the police you can’t

sometimes you hear the missing

sometimes you don’t

they open their mouths and make… 743 more words

Poetry

George Monbiot: Accidental Re-Wilding

I stepped out into the sunlight, scarcely able to believe what I had seen or, rather, what I had not. I stared at the hills around me, contrasting them with the old photos of those same hills I had seen. 2,864 more words

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