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The Daily Poetry Movement

CODE PINK IS EVERYWHERE! Pink reistence fills us. WE ARE A LARGE MOVEMENT OF ANGRY PEACEFUL WOMEN WHO ARE SICK OF THE ABUSE$ AND ATROCITIES MEETED OUT TO US IN EVERY SECTOR OF THE GLOBE, IN EVERY VILLAGE, TOWN, COUNTRY, AND COMMUNITY! We are peaceful angry women who are sick of unjust wars to benefit the greed of men and support the power structures set up by them!
Patriarchal Poetry
To the wife of my bosom
All happiness from everything
And her husband.
May he be good and considerate
Gay and cheerful and restful.
And make her the best wife
In the world
The happiest and the most content
With reason.
To the wife of my bosom
Whose transcendent virtues
Are those to be most admired
Loved and adored and indeed
Her virtues are all inclusive
Her virtues her beauty and her beauties
Her charms her qualities her joyous nature
All of it makes of her husband
A proud and happy man...

-Gertrude Stein

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Patriarchal Poetry.

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That is one case.

Able sweet and in a seat.

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Two make it do three make it five four make it more five make it arrive and sundries.

Letters and leaves tables and plainly restive and recover and bide away, away to say regularly.

Never to mention patriarchal poetry altogether.

óGertrude Stein, "Patriarchal Poetry"