By Todd Swift
The main talked-about and profitable ebook of contemporary years is released the following for the 1st time in paperback. "100 Poets opposed to The War," a trilogy of downloadable digital chapbooks was once first released on-line on January 27, 2003 and has due to the fact made world-wide information from the "LA occasions" to the Moscow dailies. This ebook holds the checklist for the quickest poetry anthology ever assembled and disseminated; first deliberate on January 20, 2003 and released during this shape on March three, 2003. The grass-roots attraction of peace poetry has noticeable this booklet shared by means of tens of millions, and browse at peace demonstrations from Seattle to the center East. It has spawned French, German and Brazilian types, and keeps to motivate those that oppose a unilateral, US-led strike opposed to the folk of Iraq. It marks a second within the historical past of resistance to conflict.
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Yes, I have it! Repeat after me: Don’t make me angry, Mr Magee. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry. 100 poets against the war Unleashed Kate Evans Wild legs flying, my dog barks into the waves full force. Planting her feet, she pushes her body down, haunches up, and flies off. Tangled white fur, her legs lock and spin and her alien blue eyes whirl. Sand whips thick and wet. After the flash he put his hand to his face. It slid down with his skin, a Hiroshima survivor said on TV. There are too many ghosts, he said.
What world shall we defend, God, as we bear our beautiful rope of causes, who’ll be hung – for hoping? 63 62 100 poets against the war 100 poets against the war Untitled clash of civilisations? Jennifer LoveGrove Ilija Trojanow We live on a fat red lifeboat, heaving and tossing on a geyser of melted gold siphoned from the veins of the dead. A pox of small explosions tears up the rubber beneath our feet. You can even see it from the moon, if you squint. Some of us fall over the sides, and do not even splash.
Too late for all that. To put it in terms I think you’ll understand: after the years wasted here in this litter-tray, it’s time to deliver for me and you, Puss. Our battle-cry? Something snappy? Like? Yes, I have it! Repeat after me: Don’t make me angry, Mr Magee. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry. 100 poets against the war Unleashed Kate Evans Wild legs flying, my dog barks into the waves full force. Planting her feet, she pushes her body down, haunches up, and flies off. Tangled white fur, her legs lock and spin and her alien blue eyes whirl.