House on a hill. River down below. And the rains speckling the grass, dots of cold, salt-ocean.
In 2019, Swedish robotics enthusiast Simone Giertz had a simple problem: she didn’t want an electric car, she wanted an electric truck. Well, as they say—necessity is the mother of invention.
Visit the Poetic Earth Month art gallery and experience the details of botany on deep blue in these cyanotype prints from artist Julia Swyers.
Frog and Toad Are Friends is a book with something to teach all ages — in its stories, in its art, and even in its ability to make a little space for peace.
The best things require time. Sometimes it’s hard to reconcile.
Visit the Poetic Earth Month art gallery and see the hope of stone on a winter afternoon, from the hand of landscape artist Andy Goldsworthy.
Visit the Poetic Earth Month “art gallery” and experience the soul-satisfying whimsy of the black-capped chickadee.
In return for poetry, Henk Rogers of Tetris and Blue Startups eventually handed me the whole planet. But not before a tough negotiation that involved two cards he extended to me, directing me to choose just one.
Summer is coming, and soon Greta Thunberg and many of her millions of followers will have nothing to strike from. Part of me hopes she’ll use this juncture to change her approach.
Classic climate action messaging has relied on alarm, guilt, accusation, shaming. It rarely works. We propose a highly-successful approach we’ve used in a different arena: the UCEFUL model.
Today’s writing prompt is based on an excerpt of “Neruda’s Memoirs” Whenever we face challenges, we have the privilege of framing them in words—words that express our hopes, our losses, our dreams; words that transform our personal vision or the world’s. These words can become a source of sustenance and discovery, for the sometimes long […]
“Neruda said the closest thing to poetry is a loaf of bread or a ceramic dish or a piece of wood lovingly carved…” Enjoy this poem that will teach you about Neruda and inspire you to try on his style.