from play infinity
so when I have time I'll be shopping some new publisher to reprint it

the twentieth century fallacy is cars. henry ford
helped drive people. cars began making people
at the onset of the industrial revolution. the
bourgeois cars would drive people to local
supermarkets and leave their people in the
parking lots so they could buy food. sometimes
people that were left in the parking lots would
get dented or receive fender benders by other
people driven by bourgeois cars. cars knew
people would eventually rust, so cars especially
traveling sales cars would buy new people every
two years, or so. with the help of henry ford
type factories. people one day became obsolete.
most cars never thought they could invent a better
means of transportation than people. but look
how wrong cars can be.


List of SF poetry: page 29 rock music webzine
addicted to poetry slam book: slam down your opinion on peace