Category Archives: Mosul

Collateral Death

if you kill me and my family and friends and neighbors I won’t care if you do it with chemical weapons, or if you do it with biological weapons, or if you do it with nuclear weapons, I won’t care … Continue reading

Posted in Afghanistan, america, Baghdad, collateral damage, death, democracy, drones, empire, Gaza, human rights, Iran, Iraq, Israel, life, Mosul, palestine, poem, Poetry, Saudi Arabia, Standing Rock, Syria, terrorism, Uncategorized, Vietnam, violence, war, West Bank | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Amidst the Rubble: Ode to Mosul

What is a human life worth? Some would say ‘priceless’ and others might agree but there are dollar signs and balance sheets in mind all the time no matter what they tell your family. One death is terrible two are … Continue reading

Posted in america, american dream, collateral damage, death, empire, freedom, Iraq, Liberation, Mosul, murder, poem, Poetry, truth, Uncategorized, violence, war, war tax resistance, writing | Tagged , , , , , , ,