Tag Archives: environment

Where The Hell Have You Been?

Dedicated to Uncle Bobby How far do you travel each day? “To work, maybe to the marketplace… about twenty miles” you might say “To school, and to the gym… thirty miles” well, do you drive a truck or a car … Continue reading

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Hurricane Street

This is the storm of the century it’s time to batten down the hatches and tie down the tents close all the windows, shutters, and vents make one last trip to town to stock up on supplies buy cases of … Continue reading

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Let’s Sing A Song

Let’s sing a song for the dead let’s sing a song for the dying I want to hear more than just poor villagers crying let a chorus of cries ring out from sea to sea and we will fill oceans if … Continue reading

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Bellies Full of Plastic

There is no hope of a better future, stop listening to the optimistic TV newscasters. We are not going to save the world we are nothing more than a cancer making planet earth sick. There is no God, so I … Continue reading

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But Who…?

I. But who is to blame? The government. But who is to blame? The politicians. But who is to blame? The military. But who is to blame? The police. But who is to blame? Wall Street. But who is to … Continue reading

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Invasive

the invasive trees sway in the breeze dropping their seed pods everywhere and an army rises around them as they decimate the rest of the forest continuing their march up the mountain and towards the ocean to the east and … Continue reading

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A Whole Awful Lot

Hundreds of thousands of people in the street, Indian summer heat of late September Manhattan And thousands of other cities around the globe One hundred and fifty six countries involved People that care a whole awful lot like the Lorax … Continue reading

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