Hillbilly Haiku

The Cult of Pertty

Tag: drugs

Tarred

Call it what you want
priming, cropping, or pulling
It’s hot, dirty work.

Photo Credit – By Manuel Rivera-Ortiz (Transferred from en.wikipedia) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

More spectacular photographs by Manuel Rivera Ortiz.

Indian Summer in Greater Appalachia

Up Copperhead Road
Hillbilly horticulture
Corn and Cannabis

Corn and Cannabis, natural companions.

Gotta include this:

Pretty House

Tucked in colored trees,
ere it became a meth lab,
twas a pretty house.

I don’t write this Hillbilly Haiku lightly. I know meth destroys rural communities just like crack houses destroyed many inner-cities.  I think the map above from the DEA makes that clear. It is the heart of the country that is being ripped out with this modern day plague.

I dedicate this poem to all of the families and those working in law-enforcement agencies and health-care that have to deal with this problem daily and pray for their safety and the addicted’s recovery.

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