In loving, living memory, John Melançon 1928 – 2007
Poetry by my father, sent by his first wife and daughter. Typed on paper with a Southeastern Cooperative League, Clarksville, Ga. letterhead (and footer reading Affiliated with Cooperative League of USA).
I love you with
the words, the
and for the dream
I love you while
my unsure path
requires a deeper
A greater love.
I make a living doing web design and development with a great team
The Agaric Design Collective
I'm trying to make possible a worldwide nonviolent revolution for justice, liberty, and making more good things doable.
People Who Give a Damn
Being insanely busy has its advantages. I sound smarter, because I can't write as much.
— Benjamin Melançon (someone tell this guy it doesn't always work)