Thoughts about funerals.
a kayak-shaped ecopod
up the creek without a paddle
dead mulberry leaves and recycled silk
doc holliday smiling at the huckleberries that
phrase necessary for the transition toward a more
sustainable model for the likes of boothill
sensibilities no requirement
for coffins encased with concrete
liners the mound of dirt will go down
when the coffins and components decompose
there goes the funeral industry's profitability
linerless burials and consolidating the plotting
the greatest curse doc holliday could put on any
man murderers and thieves aside from homesteaders
and sodbusters just dig a hole and throw 'em in
Copyright Ms. Sage Sweetwater, Celebrity firebrand lesbian novelist
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|Reviewed by Jena Ayro
They make ya pay to
come into here and
pay on the way out,
and everything in
lets them getaway
with it, nobodes
it cause they let
the rulers strip
away all their
We all need to say it
like it is, how else
can things change
|Reviewed by Chip Bergeron
|Interesting commentary on both the old west and the funeral industry. Have you read "The Loved One" by Evelyn Waugh? It's, in its own tragic way, a hoot....
Great imagery and clarity....
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Egyptian pharaohs, religion, and the funeral industry have conspired to try and make ordinary, Earthians some immortality. They're not succeeding, but they sure are robbing us blind. Like Boot Hill on steroids.
|Reviewed by D. Vaineo
|Hello Sage, miss your poetry---this one is a keeper!
|Reviewed by Bob Mitchley
|It would save a lot of space, and money...bob-|