Monthly Archives: November 2010

That New Millennium Dime: Polytricks Draft 6#

the biggest conspiracy is the conspiracy to convince you there is no conspiracy…
last survivor gets groceries/tomorrow/
promise them a tomorrow/they will follow Continue reading

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The Money Changers

That New Millennium Dime is a book in progress. Money Changers is the 5th poem. It is suggested you read the previous New Millennium Dime entries as well. Continue reading

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Race ( from That New Millennium Dime)

Granny said/

“you will lie in the pit/you dig

for ‘an-other’ “/how you sleep/?/ Continue reading

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Blue Ball (From ‘That New Millennium Dime’)

Blue Ball one ocean/one tree/one/u lookin for water/on the moon/on mars/yet u the one that poisoned the earths rivers/ fish in the lake/the ocean/full of antidepressants/ fantastic/ya dumb ass invented plastic spray more/harvest more clone it/they dont need to know make it … Continue reading

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That New Millennium Dime: War

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That New Millennium Dime: The Dime

That New Millennium Dime; a work that interrogates the dawn of a new century in America and the era of its first North American African president. Continue reading

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Diary of a Mad Creative: I create therefore I am. Pt. 18

I create. That’s my religion. I am the builder in my parable of the builder. I have learned to make what I need. I have learned to build for the sake of building. I have discovered that I am increased even when the gardens are for others. I understand the moral in the parable of "The Parables of the Talents". Continue reading

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