Occupy the Supreme Court with Poetry: Money is Not Speech!

I'll be at the Supreme Court between 4:30 and 5:30. Want to join us on the sidewalk at  1 1st Street NE (between East Capitol and A Street NE).  We'll be performing a group poem of protest at the Supreme Court.

From Split This Rock:

As poets, we believe that only speech is speech, not money. We will join together at the Supreme Court to create a poetic form called a Cento. Please bring a line of poetry, yours or another's, that speaks to any of the following:
◦an idea being drowned out by the noise of paid political advertisements
◦the importance of multiple voices in public life
◦the celebration of all the ways we exercise speech in the public realm: poetry and art, the letter to the editor, the vote, the protest, the prayer.

The line should not exceed 12 words. Write your line on a piece of paper and include the name of the poet, your name (if not using your own work) and your home town. Raise your poetic voice in a true act of free speech!

Feel free to bring a sign, but no poles larger 3/4" around ...

Tonight, from 7:30-9:30 pm the FEATURED READING: Homero Aridjis, Carlos Andrés Gómez, and Venus Thrash in the auditorium at Carlos Rosario International School (1100 Harvard Street NW).