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New Free Grass (5 Haiku)

February 12, 2011
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It’s been a while, but here’s some more of Lessig and Whitman’s little children. Always a Pleasure.

 

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What are you doing?
In the sunlit part on the
moon so justified?

. . .

The tongues of lilac.
O why do you wait for it.
Low hangs the skeptic.

. . .

By law, these are the
hymns of China, the Chinese
who get permission.

. . .

It sprouts, for you, and
the internet.  O my soul
I love to get ripped!

. . .

It sprouts, on beachy
slush and sand of privacy.
Turn off the sunset!

 

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Texts
Lawrence Lessig, Free Culture
Walt Whitman, Leaves of Grass

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