The best things require time. Sometimes it’s hard to reconcile.
Visit the Poetic Earth Month “art gallery” and be enchanted by the imagination of Linnea Tobias—from ravens to blue rabbit, songbirds to cranberry-plum dahlia.
Says author Laura Lynn Brown, “Sometimes I think about quitting social media, but here’s a good reason to stay: Daylily brokering.”
A surprising poem about sustainable practice, as experienced small-scale in the home garden.
Eve’s Second Garden Filled with succulents and spines that scratch her legs and break off inside, so Adam has to pinch her skin, then suck and bite the sliver, his teeth the only tweezers yet invented. Nothing requires much water. Five months drought each winter turns prickly pears brilliant purple before they die. Yucca shade […]
“I used to dream of living in a garden,” starts this richly colorful sestina about love and wishes.
“Just when I thought the day had nothing left to give,” says the poet. And then the earth’s economy gives, beginning with an impossibly cool and beautiful garden cucumber.
A walk to a small secret place becomes a chance to climb—literally and metaphorically.