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Suggested by: saiun
Featured by: norui
"Afghan Rue" by rlkirkland
A stunning poem full of rich imagery and
emotion from a very skilled poet whose work is,
as the suggester noted, "consistently elegant
Featured by 1Walkingblind
I Have To Look Away by Whiskei
Liberty Burger Life, liberty, and the pursuit of freedom fries. Patriotism thrived as the brand, er, maybe the franchise at Liberty Burger. Red stripes, blue bells, and silver stars sold portions of prefabbed meat by the tonne. One could glare into a plastic star for minutes while the line slowly trickled through the corralled paths which lead to the half-franchised thrones of young go-getters taking just one "year off" from college to find themselves in a line of crazed quaffers. Those shines of plastic took your mind alright, but not off to a place void of processed flesh and cheap enticements where the mind could rest contently away from the wafting smells of death permeating from the rusting fryolators, rather back to the wax-paper flags used to wrap our gluttony sandwiched between two frozen sesame buns and a sprig of lettuceso we could feel alright. Sure they lacked the comfort of the several cardboard bald eagles notifying customers of the weekly meal deals,Liberty Burger by brazilnutz