Today’s reading comes courtesy of Lisa Fox, whose delightful poem of love for and affinity with nature is a welcome addition to The Anthropocene Hymnal. You can hear her reading below.
The Featured Image is of a Sweet Street Sycamore, kindly provided by Lisa.
Lisa Fox (aka Jade Li) enjoys a laissez-faire lifestyle near Lake Michigan after years of government work. She’s earned a couple of pieces of paper from uni. She’s studied philosophical daoism. She currently writes poetry and flash fiction at her Word Press blog. Favorite passtimes are reading, writing, listening to music, gardening and observing nature for advice, bicycling, and spending time with her adult sons and their families.
Lovely poem, and great reading by Lisa. I know from a comment on one of my photos that she loves sycamores.
So full of hope, I was glad to include some at the end of the book!
Yes, it’s always good to have some hope!
That was so lovely to listen to. Gentle and uplifting.
Thank you 😊
This is so lovely! 💕
I agree – thank you Ishita!
Ah, this is lovely…….I can see the row of sycamores. Beautiful.
Just lovely, isn’t it? 😊
Sycamores always fascinated me as a child! We don’t have sycamores in SW Florida, but this beautiful poem made me remember! <3
Oh yes, especially the seeds! ❤️
Such beautiful metaphors of the beautiful Sycamores and peace for all! I can hear Lisa’s love for all through the recording. 👏👏👏👏💖
Thank you Cindy 🍁❤️🍁
You’re so welcome!💖
I enjoyed this reading very much. I would love to try this form sometime!
Thank you Constance!