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Summer Rain

The sun burnishes the horizon

in spun gold, as he slips beneath

flat topped mountains at dusk..

The summer solstice

is nearly upon us;

Earth is heating up. 1,191 more words

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Wild Flower Moon Pyre and Prayer

I stood out under the thick gray clouds

And listened to the bird song,

the roaring river flood,

watched the swallows

soaring overhead

cutting the invisible link between… 432 more words

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Rainbow Goddess

Winged Iris flew over earth and sea.

Rainbows luminesced in her wake.

Messenger from the clouds,

she gathered up the rain,

pouring it on dry cracked ground. 211 more words

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The Woman Who Listens

Oh, the sun is burning up the sky

turning it white under smoke heavy air.

Crackling tree bark keens but no one listens.

It’s just another “burn.” 196 more words

Nature

A Window into the World of the Great Goddess: An Egalitarian, Earth Amiable Time

Happy Earth Day. Ever wondered what humanity looked like when God was considered a female? Most of us know the original religions centered around female divinity with egalitarian societies, but we don’t know very much. 46 more words

ENOUGH: An Eco-Feminist Easter Proclamation

Today is Easter, celebrated in the Christian world as the day that a tortured Jesus ascended from the Cross and was welcomed, reborn, into the Kingdom of Heaven. 641 more words

Alternative Futures

Emergence: Poem to a Plant Goddess

Her name is Datura.

Delicate fluted deep-throated trumpets open to

hungry honey bees and summer rains.

She communicates through scent.

In the fall I collect her sharp-needled pods. 674 more words

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