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Free Grass (20 Haiku)

January 15, 2010
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Asian law.  We take
it now, I go with a proof
that someone offered.

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The blood, absorbing,
honey, I am for you and
more, croaking like this.

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O Blossoms of my
opening, sure they are blind.
Remember my life!

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Think about the dead
with their graceful flat heads, a
war against statement.

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Perfume this language,
the point is not evil or
pain here anyhow.

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Over the carnage
I responded that kids can
do nothing and burn.

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From the first sale of
slaves, with finger-pointing to
landscapes of China!

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What a world, the net
harm, parasites with their suns
and moons, submissive.

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How much we’ve lost, no
more, my call is for it to
lick my property.

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The mystic unseen
soul of a public domain
works by anyone.

~

You are in prison,
content incapable of
justification.

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But I think there was
happy, but it stretches the
meaning of poets.

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Afar they produce
an exclusive right.  For all
these things for themselves.

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An endorsement of
procreation, now and here
too, speak with pleasure.

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He whom I love most
lay sleeping by me, not a
crime anywhere, no.

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O you mothers and
you, what is the grass, that this
is the difference?

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It is–consumption
of corpses, froth, snowy white–
the series of you.

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No more free, the code
to remove these objects is
not economic.

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It is still, is the
moon ascending, majesty,
rightly, benefit.

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Do as you have been
declared.  Void, inanimate,
phantom moon, arouse!

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Texts: Lawrence Lessig’s Free Culture and Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass

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