Rants. raves and ramblings from celestial circles . . .

Archive for September, 2013

CHILL

i opened my refrigerator today

cool sensations of life inspired me to dig deeper

the light of the universe filled a dark room

and the cabbage made me think

juice of a thousand wars pure and unsweetened

tomatoes hit every bad act ever performed

by any slice of meat

egg head lined eyes on the embryonic world

from every chicken never born

lest the rotting stench of life decay

tickle a nose with the sulfur mine of love

shake your mustard

or else

not even your best squeeze

will stop dripping wet first fallen

from lonesome cucumber

where is your cavity

lemon sour yellow dreams

no limes, no clouds, no perfect life

where are you hiding sweets

why is your sweet hiding

is your middle shelf always full

or does unspoiled milk still feed

your baby right times

waters of a thousand lies

keep yogurt smiles healthy

hold your mayonnaise tight

and don’t let your ketchup slip

or you will never catch up

you will never slip tight

sleepless nights might

frighten you to close the door

and never again open

and never open it again

never knowing if the light turns off

alone.

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August 2013

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WHAT DO WE DO WHEN WE GET THERE?

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HOW DO WE GET THERE FROM ANYWHERE?

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HOW DO WE GET THERE FROM HERE?

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WHERE ARE WE GOING?

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Rainbow Recycling – The colors of nature make it easier to recycle

I found another location utilizing Rainbow Recycling. Rainbow Recycling is simply color coded recycling bins to reflect the product being recycled. Here’s more about the campaign: Rainbow Recycling

This is actually in Masdar City in the UAE. It is a project of a living renewable community. I am happy to see they are color coding their recycling bins using common sense color coding.

Here again if they add a Yellow container to separate the glass from the metal, then they have a complete Rainbow Recycling set up. It’s easy to distinguish and easier to separate. Now how hard can that be? If all bins followed the color codes, their would be no confusion.

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