Paul Haeder, Author

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earth day my ass Marooned, moaning harborSeals, tears from divesDreamt, Dungeness crabsThese masked men yell“They gotta kill these fat fucking things” Food is frivolity of humanFlotsam, here staking outRebar and footingsA sunset skipping offBacks of seals, ricochetingThrough prisms of blown glassFound in the tourist havens They are in their cupsCovid shots of Jose CuervoCrab sliders …

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a quartet of food, plastic, weathering, air The more clearly we can focus our attention on the wonders and realities of the universe about us, the less taste we shall have for destruction. — Rachel Carson, Silent Spring (1962) Definition: An ecological bridge between land and sea, wrack line. I’ve been looking at the unimagined biological and genetic …

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resistance is more than a PSA, and Whitey Is Still on the Moon! by Paul Haeder / March 28th, 2021 Zoom Lockup! There’s this Zoom thing coming round the corner, once again– Earth Day 2021. The people on the Pacific Coast, Oregon, Central Coast with no industries, winds whipping up air vortices, and air as …

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