Monthly Archives: June 2018

Cupilustria

  Photo by me cupido ~ yearning (Latin) lustri ~ wilderness/dens of wild beasts, wood, forests (Latin)   As I sit here in the city, thinking, confined by recovery, I am yearning for the wild. I want to be where … Continue reading

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Emotion, swift, thermal. (tweets)

I watched them soar then beat their wings so quick, like bats, tumble-twist and rise again. Uphill, sometimes uplifted, falling like sycamore samara. Higher, higher, dissolving to nothing. #swifts — Ginny (@ginbat) June 13, 2018

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Ecoliteracy for All

  Originally written at the invitation of the Wildlife Trusts, 4 November 2015. Photo by me. River Arrow, Daughter. “Nature is not a place to visit. It is home,” as Gary Snyder once wrote. Despite rejection from some quarters, the … Continue reading

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