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Read Poem: Meat, by Autumn Walker-Duncan

Like your holocaust, We are led to the slaughter. Food and drink at a cost, Your milk is taken from sons and daughters. Ribs and racks, Straight from our backs. But it doesn’t stop there, For food so fine, You … Continue reading

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