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Saturday, March 13, 2010

Future Inheritance of Acquired Characteristics [News Poem, March 13, 2010]

Future Inheritance of Acquired Characteristics [News Poem, March 13, 2010]

“A bill working its way through the state Legislature sounds like a science-fiction novel, with its wording to prevent the creation of "human-animal hybrids."”
–Alia Beard Rau, The Arizona Republic, Mar. 13, 2010 12:00 AM

A copse of trees applauds the sun on Mars.
The equatorial committees plan
To rise up early, drive to dawn in cars,
And shake the hands of voters—every fan.
The enemy has yet to fully blot
The rays of life, so public worship-rites
Combined with polls and military plots
Are prudent countermeasures in this fight
Against a beast with whiskers, tail, and fur.
They mine the first three planets—horde the sun—
And claim we share an origin—a spur.
The alien's hypothesis, we shun:
They call it history and claim from Earth
We both evolved—a lie that lacks face worth.

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Anonymous said...

What a load of inane horseshit. Pretentious twaddled for the walking brain dead. How proud you must be.

Khakjaan Wessington said...

Good thing you didn't assign your name to that mess. I think we all know you couldn't stand five minutes in canned combat. Thanks for the web hit!

IvaTheCitizenJournalist said...

I subscribed to your blog. Can you please subscribe to mine as well?