cleaning up our act

Ava Bird is a pranic artist practicing presence and poetry from the places of heart and soul and beyond.  Also, an author, a mixologist, a mythbreaker, a sharer, and a chef of many proportions. Her works are printed in historical anthologies, academic journals, spiritual publications, online, recorded for radio and exhibited in galleries.

She has organized and produced various kinds of events including the great art movement ‘100Thousand Poets for Change,” a universal gathering of worldwide poets and artists promoting equality, peace, justice, sustainability for the planets, global love and positive changes for all & more.


cleaning up our act

hanging out is hanging in
and far out
is in these days
like yoga outsourced to the back porch
like torch bearers in a rain storm
torn over a pulled hamstring, a bloody nose ring
hamburger king bling bling with murder king microwaving the planet away
murdering the queen bee honey bees dropping like flies
brought to us by at&t & genetically cracked fucked monsatan
but i see brighter days at every sunrise
we rise to honor the wise woman
once told me to hold me,
honor your mother earth
the bearer of your birth
plant seeds, pull weeds, sing songs
eat it organic
or manic panic from pesticides, plastics, insecticides
oh my!
breathing while wheezing chemtrails breezing like clouds seeing better days
puffy like a sack o’ 20 from the old days,
its 4:20 tea time for the readers, papers aplenty
and jumpy like a frog
times up big dog you’re now outsourced like a polly wog
these dick mobs robbed the rights to airwaves
oils
waters
earth privatized
too much
time to re-birth,
oh mother
earth
thanks

for            wiping            us             clean

 

[image: Forbidden Love by Gedogfx]

 

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