The Rattling Bones
The ultimate test of a man’s conscience
may be his willingness to sacrifice something today
for future generations whose words of thanks will not be heard.
– Gaylord Nelson
1 month ago
Poems For Bulletin Boards
of new green growth
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Haiku and photo by Ellen Grace Olinger (2015). Primroses are growing through last year’s leaves in our yard. 17 more words
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Jordan's Blogalong Extravaganza
Surprise! Happy birthday, Earth, you old bastard. Alright, alright, I now it’s not really Earth’s birthday, but everyone needs a special day, and it looks like today is that day for you, Earth. 847 more words
Luna River Blog
My memories of the first years of Earth Day celebrations mostly center on a beloved school art teacher, who would take us into the woods next to the school to collect natural objects. 885 more words
Today is Earth Day, founded in 1970; by Gaylord Nelson from Wisconsin USA.
I’d also like to mention the Paul Brandt School Forest in Boscobel, Wisconsin. 22 more words
Haiku Prayers - Poetry And Other Art
The Survey Says question this week, at The Haiku Foundation, asks for feedback about THF Education Wall.
Please read Jim Kacian’s post today, if you are interested, and would like to post a comment at The Haiku Foundation, for this post, or for one of their many interesting posts. 64 more words
I was looking for some info on the first Earth Day and I came across this really cool footage of students trying to have a peaceful protest at Logan and then all hell broke loose. 294 more words