Category Archives: eco-poem

damp and raucous silence

from my soft perch of mossy green between tangled roots of Tannenbaum I hear faint clanging sounds wafting white clouds seem to bear the gift of many-timbred bells phantom cattle grazing veiled and distant slopes? perhaps… multitudes of splashing rivulets wend through … Continue reading

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Alone in Nature

I follow parallel scars, lured by their bumpy wayward promise. Leaving the dry red sand, my car skirts marshy grasslands, attempting to keep the lake in view, sometimes only imagined through tangled trees. I am seeking the illusory “far end” … Continue reading

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