A beautiful and poignant new years poem posted by Dean Omori and shared by the Future of Occupy Collective, with special thanks to the talents of Dean Omori. Happy New Year and to the future ahead of us. Together lets make it as bright, just and sustainable as We Can! Music & Film By Dean [...]
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Far spread the moory ground, a level scene Bespread with rush and one eternal green That never felt the rage of blundering plough Though centuries wreathed spring’s blossoms on its brow, Still meeting plains that stretched them far away In unchecked shadows of green, brown and grey. Unbounded freedom ruled the wandering scene Nor [...]
I had thought this was Outside the barricades No street in time but A space left Uneven and cluttered With broken ballot boxes Like a poem with Everything in it so Nothing you write Isn’t it and Nothing you write is But everywhere your Hand over the page Is shadowed by Another hand taking Up [...]
In his marvelous meditations, “Stanzas on Commoning,” poet, artists and architect Robert Kocik explores the commons as only an artist can: as simultaneously a historical phenomenon, a philosophical concept, and a collaborative art practice. Kocik’s “Stanzas” derive in part from his work with the group “Commoning,” which he describes as “a group of poets, performers and persons [...]
Occupy Is an Invitation a poem by Occupy supporter, Toni Spencer It’s 3.43 in the morning and I can’t sleep… I am woken by a Mic check [Mic check] “This is just the beginning. Occupy is a process” Mic check [Mic check] “Slow it down, the issues of our times are urgent. Slow it [...]