stillness after snow
even here, where there’s no noise
weight has its own sound

Photo: See it at Pixabay here.


I love real weather—it’s looks, its feels, it’s smells. I am hopeful that we can preserve real weather on our planet, which is why I invite you to visit www.geoengineeringwatch.org.



snow-strip lines long road
south edge only—letter home,
last week’s earth-sun dance


I love seeing people survive and thrive, as well as nature! That’s why I invite you to visit this site and discover what you can do to stop climate engineering’s threat to your well-being: www.geoengineeringwatch.org.


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.


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.


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.