Till what end?

by Scott Orlovsky

September 1, 2003


Parliament rejoiced
brought them millions
machines ate cotton
shit out underpants
for the
colonial burdens
children lost fingers
for the
queen's jewels.

Realpolitik wrote a
blank check
and ethnic/religious
culminated in

Congress rejoices
brings them billions
colleges eat students
shit out robots
for the
corporate penal colonies
children lose sunlight
for the
president's military budget

Terrorism writes an
Orwellian symphony
and ethnic/religious
culminates in


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Scott Orlovsky is a World History & Cultures, and an American History teacher at Clifton High School in New Jersey. He has a BA in History from the Johns Hopkins University and a MA in History from the University of Colorado.

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