The Anthropocene Hymnal is published!

The waiting is over! You can now purchase The Anthropocene Hymnal in Paperback and Kindle format from Amazon (just select your relevant region). I also have a PDF version of the book available. I am not selling the PDF, but asking for a donation to my WWF Fundraiser. Once you have made your donation (minimum... Continue Reading →

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Anthropocene Seeding #poetry #dVerse

It was ruined when you left.You had a giftfor transplanting small whispers of naturewhich burst into song beneath the thumbof your green magic. Fuschia, wild rose and climbing ivyplantedthe last torn backwhen it threatened touproot the house. Now once again it growsdefiantlyclimbing and covering the gable end:can a seed, once plantedever be destroyed? Like seeds... Continue Reading →

Reading: ‘Tea Time’ by Tricia Sankey

In the next in my series of readings from The Anthropocene Hymnal, I am proud to present an audio recording of Tricia reading her poem, 'Tea Time:' Audio by Tricia Sankey Tricia SankeyTricia Sankey has traveled the United States as an Army wife while blogging her poetry and flash fiction. She managed to obtain an... Continue Reading →

Peace #poetry #earthweal

It had been a day of strife:wife against husbandhusband against wifethen as if out of nowhere peace descended but it wasn’t out of nowhere for the wife had said a prayerand the rising wind seemed to whisper'You are not alone(for I am)hopeis everywhere.'  © 2021 All Rights Reserved. A reminder never to give up hope! I've a lot... Continue Reading →

World without end published at MasticadoresUSA!

There was a cabinet containing skittleslined up on a chequerboard in the museumwhen I was youngand two walls of the cabinetwere mirrorsso it looked as if the skittles stretched out to eternity...  Please visit MasticadoresUSA to continue reading. I am delighted to have another piece published here. My thanks to editor Gabriela Marie Milton for her continued support... Continue Reading →

From one lover to another #dVerse #quadrille

Islands in the streamthat is what we are, orships that pass in the night. And when the stream has driedof all it's bitternessan arroyo secois what divides us. From one lover who writesto anotherwho does not read. © 2021 All Rights Reserved. Written for dVerse Tonight it's quadrille, and De is hosting. She has... Continue Reading →

Dancing at Lughnasadh #poetry #earthweal

In February (my birth month) I sowed a seedinto the coming springwatched it grow in darkness, in my painfed it with love andwatered with the light of my beliefhard labour brought forth the rising loafin isolationI reached out found inspirationalways with the end in sightalways out of darkness, towards lighteven when all hope seemed lostcontinuing... Continue Reading →

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