a wrap

move sawhorse to garage
pile long logs away from house
cold—body wants rest


I find the dance between myself and nature endlessly fascinating and instructive. Out of loyalty to nature, I invite you to find out more about the practice of climate engineering, which is widely interfering with natural cycles: www.geoengineeringwatch.org.


fire, 3

logs won’t burn solo
two’s the minimum needed
heat pushes me back


I love the natural play of the elements on this planet and I want to see that play survive and thrive. If you feel the same, you can educate and empower yourself at www.geoengineeringwatch.org about a major interference with elemental play occurring as we speak, geoengineering.


fire started fast this morning
friends had me over on Monday
youtube is full of wisdom, once you learn where to look
I know how to play with words, and I’m getting better at it


I wish all my United States-based readers a Happy Thanksgiving. I’m taking a short holiday myself. I’ll be posting again on Saturday, November 29, 2014.


I’m also grateful to Dane Wigington for his commitment to what he calls “the common good.” I invite you to consider lending your energy and expertise to his work to expose and stop climate engineering at www.geoengineeringwatch.org.





when rabbits scatter
one takes long stretching leap
yoga students sigh


I love nature and love to see the plants and animals thriving. That’s why I find this site, about climate engineering, worth my time: www.geoengineeringwatch.org.

view from…

open door, careless—
bird squawks or rabbit dashes
I’m scary human


In this blog I write about my relationship with nature—though ultimately I don’t feel it’s possible for me to explain in words how much that relationship means to me. It’s because I want nature to continue thriving on this planet that I’ve taken up my daily invitation to you to spend some time at this site: www.geoengineeringwatch.org.



windows snow-laden
in wind, corps de ballet swirl
my day to be still


My favorite video of falling snow features Tori Amos’ song “Winter”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0nX_oXNnm


Did you know that much of the snow falling on us nowadays is created through a process called “chemical nucleation”? The chemicals used aren’t good for us or the biosphere. You can find out more at www.geoengineeringwatch.org.


bird and my eyes turn
plus sun and feather combine
unearthly white flash


These small moments with such huge import are part of what keeps me enthralled with nature. It’s because of my love for nature that I encourage you to visit www.geoengineeringwatch.org.