“To Live in a Haphazard World” . . . and other poetic responses to the last Wednesday Writing Prompt

“Only within the moment of time represented by the present century has one species — man — acquired significant power to alter the nature of the world. ” Rachel Carson, Silent Spring Here we are at Tuesday again, my favorite … Continue reading

Attn.: Women Poets, Opportunity Knocks, A Reminder from English Poet, Myra Schneider

“I believe the role of the poet is to reflect on human experience and the world we live in and to articulate it for oneself and others. Many people who suffer a loss or go through a trauma feel a … Continue reading

“Mother With the Green Hair” … and other poetic responses to the last Wednesday Writing Prompt

“how the morning is greated fight for the money or fight for the soul the saying goes but another goal is to fight for neither. …” Ecodeviance (Soma)tics for the Future Wilderness, CA Conrad Happy Tuesday, Everyone!  It’s that lovely … Continue reading

First Native American to be named U.S. Poet Laureate, Joy Harjo, a Member of the Muscogee Creek Nation

“I can hear the sizzle of newborn stars, and know anything of meaning, of the fierce magic emerging here. I am witness to flexible eternity, the evolving past, and I know we will live forever, as dust or breath in … Continue reading