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Nine Black Robes . . .

Nine Black Robes . . .

. . . occupied (I have been told) by human beings; we were hopeful for a while but in the end discovered: It cannot be true. The human beings, instead, remained, for the duration, standing vigil outside the prison’s gates. Nine black robes occupied by those commonly referred to as “Justices.” Yet how can this be when the human beings search for justice throughout the evening but still cannot find it? Allow me to recall a time, long ago. I…

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January 20, 2001 I read the instruction: ìThere are no plans for large scale civil disobedience at the inauguration. To be prudent, however, you should prepare for the possibility that you might be arrested. Donít carry anything that could be construed as a weapon.î And so, being prudent, I leave all of my poems at home for the day. Steve Bloom www.stevebloompoetry.net

New Forum For Greens On The Internet

New Forum For Greens On The Internet

www.greenchange.com Shows Green Is A Way Of Life By Pat LaMarche, Maine Green Independent Party As Marnie Glickman, executive director of Green Change puts it, “We are finding new ways to have fun being Green, be creative being Green, and providing a place for others with values that are Green.” Green Change is a new organization and cyber meeting place for folks all across the country that share Green values. The address is www.greenchange.com. People with Green values want to…

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