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"Wilderness"

Driving through the redwoods of California I feel vibrant and wild. I take in the beauty of the trees’ majesty and the mist of the Mendocino fog.

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Female Body

The Turning of the Wheel

Today heavy mist shrouds the apple trees and rises like puffs of smoke over the mountains. Every twig is still covered with lush green leaves and every time I look out a window I feel that gratitude pulsing through me – the wonder of being alive. 767 more words

Prose

The Woman Who Respects Herself...

The Woman Who Respects Herself:

(A Tribute to Bears, Women, and the Men who love them)

The Woman Who Respects Herself

has learned how to Love. 771 more words

Poems

SEEING IN THE DARK: FIND YOUR WILD MEDICINE

Yesterday I visited a favorite “soul’s place of resurrection”, hiking the Tennessee Valley trail in Marin County to the beach. Author Sharon Blackie defines such a place as one where a soul is happiest on earth and, at the same time, most in touch with all that is eternal. 1,036 more words

FALLING: FINDING YOUR WILD HEART IS THE KEY

On Friday night we had a Full Rose Moon, or Strawberry Moon, named by the Algonquin tribes as the season to gather the ripened fruit. What are you harvesting at this time in your life? 1,683 more words

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

Poems

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

Poems