Sara Teasdale can let go of the world’s loud wonders and wars, but she never wants to lose the beautiful jewelweed, laced in silver rain.
Visit the Poetic Earth Month art gallery and let the Jewelweed sing to you, sparkling with dew beside the red maples and the firs.
excerpted from chapter seven of The Story of My Life, by Helen Keller. The book was first written in 1902 in magazine form, while she was in college, at the age of 22 For a long time I had no regular lessons. Even when I studied most earnestly it seemed […]
Time Lapse Dance’s “Wind Rose” captures the ominous power and terrifying unbalance of changing wind patterns and storms.
The Frankenstein question of life—which this story handles in an intriguing new way—persists today, as much as it ever did. Hidden within the answers are philosophies that impact how we interact with earth, its climate, and its creatures.