David Hickman

Monolith Commemorating the Failure of the Banks

On Consumption


Voracious siblings! We must think a little before we consume.

As "those refractions do separate or mingle the rays"

that turn and lend themselves to the corporate miasma.


Misery is built in, why increase it?

It is better to live in silence than to speak a word that kills.


And 3% of the holdings of the wealthiest seven hundred 

would end poverty in the world, according to "The European."


What does it say about us, that we have so many poor?

That kind of wealth is anti--human.

Additional work by David Hickman appears in FlashPoint Issue 8