Tag Archives: George Orwell

We Can’t Forget

We are believers we’ve placed full faith in a magic that uses words to transform chaos into the norm human beings into disposable things buildings into rubble life into death (by drone) bodies into ash (and bone) cultures into terror … Continue reading

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Twerk (Dedicated to Chelsea Manning and the people of Syria)

Twerk  written August 27, 2013 Cyclops babies gestated in depleted uranium wombs cry for the men in our kingdom with two blind eyes glued to scripted reality where newsmen get achy breaky hard-ons for a hillbilly’s daughter in modern day … Continue reading

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