Nichts Neues Im Westen
POETRY FORMAT, 10 Jun 2013
Back in 1928 Erich Maria Remarque
confronted us with the image
of the beheaded soldier
with blood “like a fountain”
spouting from his neck.
That’s the statue we need
in every park and square
to commemorate what we do so well:
run toward war,
Tom Greening: “I engage in five professional activities:
Faculty Member at Saybrook University
Private Practice of Psychotherapy
Clinical Professor of Psychology, UCLA
International Editor of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology
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