Why does the media treat a dead mouse as more important than an anti-war protest?
It's man versus butterfly in this poem about the competing demands of nature and economy.
The Mexican poet speaks of his deep involvement in nature and literature.
When there's war all the time, there's no such thing as after the war anymore.
A poem about Gaza asks whether there is a poem in Gaza that hasn't been written?
The dissident, like the plant, does not kowtow to the sky.
A poem about Hillary Clinton's visit to see Aung San Suu Kyi in Burma.
What lies beneath the rare earth metals that the world so covets?
A poem about genocide read in front of the Burmese embassy on the Poetry Walk of Shame.
Politicians wage war, rages the poet, but they don't pay the price.
Global warming arrives on the wings of grasshoppers.
Will the Israel/Palestine issue come between friends?
"Strange fruit" of a different kind, but similarly chilling, hangs in Gaza
A poet reaches out to Chinese artist Ai Weiwei.
A poetic tribute to South Africa poet and activist Dennis Brutus.
When Democracy arrives, you best click your heels.
The poet ponders the effects of war.
Where to find the funds for health care reform? Sometimes the answer can be found in poetry.
Three Iranian-American poets write about protests, images, and a fallen demonstrator.
The war's casualties are measured in more than broken bodies.