Poetry

Poetry about occupation, decolonization and liberation.

I used to say ‘namaste’ quiet often

I used to say ‘namaste’ quiet often, I was away from Oakland then. I used to say ‘namaste’ quiet often, now I exclude the Police that mistreats me, and my brothers and sisters in Oakland, and everywhere. I used to say ‘namaste’ quiet often, because I interacted with privileged  White folks that live in a fluent neighborhood where most cops kiss their asses. I used to say ‘namaste’ quiet often, but now I am just wish the racist and killer cops stop being cops. I used to say ‘namaste’ quiet often, … Continued

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The Thirteen Days of $Mas

On the first day of $Mas my bankster gave to me A checking account with a large fee. On the second day of $Mas my bankster gave to me Two Wall Street Traders and a checking account with a large fee. On the third day of $Mas my bankster gave to me Three Gold(man) Sack(ster)s Two Wall Street Traders and a checking account with a large fee. On the fourth day of $Mas my bankster gave to me Four uncalled loans Three Gold(man) Sack(ster)s Two Wall Street Traders and a … Continued

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Divide and Conquer in America – 2012! (A Poem of Protest by a 74-Year-Old Great-Grandmother)

    Divide and Conquer in America – 2012! HISTORIC OPPRESSORS WITH INNOCUOUS NAMES By: Alice Connally Fisk ( AFisk10302@aol.com )   The generic word “oppressor” is rarely heard today their game’s the same but the label itself is very much passé. Oppressors all have brand names now to conceal their old-time aim to confuse, outfox and at last destroy the rank and file, their game. Oppressors laugh at us everyday as they turn up their old-time heat sporting names quite bland to disguise their Plan, these conniving old elite. … Continued

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– a page from “medieval” for larry the bus –

Steven Farmer -   -   -   -   -   -    < snip >  -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   – – a page from “medieval” for larry the bus – detergent    ingredients    plastic who must be fed simmer and plagiarist farce the immobile blocks when we feel like little carpenters– like you to live to consume– a lot and your body is just like a factory     temple come up with energy     take away thought *** a vote for configuration of taste if mold develops, unwind … Continued

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POETRY FOR THE PEOPLE at Oscar Grant Plaza, May 1, starting at noon.

From David and Sara (re-posted) Our idea is to maintain a continuous presence at the plaza starting at 12noon.  This will provide a place to see friendly faces, to check in on arrival, to hang out during the day & to regroup after actions. For those who have been unsure about how to engage with Occupy in recent months, we aim to provide a way to plug in — by convening with your friends ! I’d also like to suggest that we bring down poems to hand out — if … Continued

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