Reading: ‘Destiny of this earth’ by Gabriela Marie Milton

To mark the publication of The Anthropocene Hymnal, I present my reading of ‘Destiny of this earth’ by Gabriela Marie Milton, which is included in the anthology. I hope I have done justice to her profound and beautiful words. Over the next few weeks, I will be featuring many of the poets from the anthology, so you can get to know a bit more about them, and their contributions to the book. I am truly grateful to everyone who contributed or was involved in the project in any way.

This weekend I am on a family holiday so there might be a slight delay in replying to comments, etc.

Gabriela Marie Milton
Gabriela Marie Milton

Gabriela Marie Milton is an internationally published author. Her literary work appeared in various magazines and anthologies. Under the pen name Gabriela M she was awarded 2019 Author of the Year at Spillwords Press (NYC). Her piece If I say I love you was nominated for 2020 Spillwords Press Publication of the Year (Poetic).  She is the author of Passions: Love Poems and Other Writings published by Vita Brevis Press in April 2020. 

Her new collection of poetry, Woman: Splendor and Sorrow will be published by Vita Brevis Press on July 31, 2021. 

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  1. A wonderful poem – so refreshing to read a poem that recognizes the earth’s destiny is ours too – a fact so many seem to be slow to grasp. Thanks for sharing the contributors to the anthology with us. Yay!

    1. I don’t know why others can’t grasp this? Perhaps they think they can jet off to Mars when they’re through with this planet? But if they can’t survive on a perfectly habitable planet, I don’t fancy their chances on an inhabitable one!

  2. I read about this wonderful book and your recital of this poem, from Gabriela’s site. It is such a beautiful initiative on your part. Spreading awareness to care for our mother earth through poetry, is wonderful!
    The way you read Gabriela’s poem was absolutely amazing! It felt like a dance.

  3. It was just beautiful Ingrid and I was just singing you praises over on Gabriella’s post. She did an exquisite job and you did justice to her poem. Well done my friend!💖👏

    1. Ah thank you Cindy: I’ll be handing over to the other poets from this point on – I have some exciting posts scheduled 🥰❤️🤩🎊

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