Big Fish, Small Pond - Poem by Laurence Overmire
The corporation got so big
Swallowing little corporation
After little corporation
It finally swallowed—Itself.
The destruction was so vast
So completely global
It was impossible to figure out
Who to blame.
(Previously published in ZZZ Zyne, XXXI, April '01)
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