Sunday, September 03, 2006

Nine Lives

Since our campaign to free literature from its institutional prison-house began,
the ULA has been betrayed, attacked, scorned, ignored,
backballed, beat-up and stomped on,
lost good members yet always recruited more,
when it's most down it's at its meanest strongest most dangerous
because it represents the voice of the underdog.
Its most committed members have already died
have been killed by this society a dozen times
there's nothing more that can be done to us;
drag our carcass around your walls of privilege
again and again,
we'll only smile, because the ULA is not an organization
a building
a tax-regulated entity
before all else it's an

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