Sunday, December 18, 2011


from an otherwise unrelated New York Times article about the discovery of classified documents in an Iraqi junkyard:
The 400 pages of interrogations, once closely guarded as secrets of war, were supposed to have been destroyed as the last American troops prepare to leave Iraq. Instead, they were discovered along with reams of other classified documents, including military maps showing helicopter routes and radar capabilities, by a reporter for The New York Times at a junkyard outside Baghdad. An attendant was burning them as fuel to cook a dinner of smoked carp.
Fish Haiku #15

Giant sacred Carp

Living in the lakes protect

Iraq's future hopes.

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