Capitalism Extinction

Some things are meant to be but never are. How it is the primeval in us that defers to greed. Biodiversity isn’t a choice about being or not being. When the vegetarian substitutes rocket on the stock market. Marx and his hatred of filth and putrefaction – go figure. A survival of the witless. Derivatives. It is this colonial thing – not dark and loving rooks paired up in the top of trees to look down, but when some differing imperious and casual roost is overseeing a scorched earth, literally. Tipping points balanced on the amorphous. ‘Green Eruption’ as the shoots of hope over vilification. And when does the planet get its vote? I wish I were supernaturally strong so I could put right everything that is wrong – no, it’s Garbo, but they are on the same page with one about everybody’s needs.

 

 

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Mike Ferguson
Art JC


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2 Responses to Capitalism Extinction

    1. I loved your astute observations. I tried to comment on a couple of your insights which most interested me but I gave up as I kept revising and adding another and then another phrase. Brilliant.
      “Survival of the witless ” keeps resounding.

      Comment by eleanor welch on 12 May, 2020 at 8:07 pm
    2. Thank you. The engagement with is quite enough! To have a line that ‘resounds’ is most pleasing!!

      Comment by Mike Ferguson on 12 May, 2020 at 10:39 pm

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