Plant Some Sweet Peas There, Too by Doug Draime Bulldoze the green and lush ivy walls. Tear down the sanctimonious Ivory Towers. Plow up the campuses and classrooms. Plant tulips and roses and lilacs and carnations there, where blind conformity is sold, where education is a complacent whore spreading it's legs to worship war, where imperialism and corporate murderers are justified, where the souls of your children are gutted like beasts of prey, where the lies about the American Dream originated, where tenure is a cover-up for increasing ethical compromise, where corruption is over looked for the sake of cronyism and the Empire. Bulldoze the green and lush ivy walls. Tear down the sanctimonious Ivory Towers. Plow up the campuses and classrooms. And plant redwoods and sycamores and spruce and oaks. Plant some tomatoes and onions and carrots and a peach tree. Plant some sweet peas there, too.