Utilities Try To Tax The Sun - Poem by Saiom Shriver
Because solar power is decentralized,
and free for everyone,
gas, electric and other
utilities have been
trying to tax the sun.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
doesn't kill trees or foul the air, or
fill the watershed with poisonous chemicals,
is nonviolent, maintenance-free and, after
the installation, cost-free.
Therefore the 3000 utilities in the US
have been trying to tax the industry.
Thank you to Hockenberry's 'Takeaway' on NPR for focusing on this topic
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