Monthly Archives: July 2013

Spring Floods

Every Complaint Is an Opportunity Water is wealth. Yet, whenever Spring floods come to the Midwest, the water is sandbagged away. Water is wealth. The ancient underground aquifer is depleted. Drought plagues the Southwest. Not long ago, as the Midwest … Continue reading

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wasn’t he?

wasn’t he? (a slow meditation) wasn’t he? wasn’t he some mother’s son before he was killed? were there no relations or friends who loved and cared for him? what has he done (in being killed) to merit our sudden rage … Continue reading

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