counting 2

so many weeks to winter solstice
a few more weeks, and the days
will start to stretch again
like cats do after they nap

I won’t feel

I’ve barely gotten started
and the dark is back again

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My care for people, animals, and plants compels me to invite you daily to visit this site: www.geoengineeringwatch.org. At Geoengineering Watch, you can educate yourself about the impact on all our lives of solar radiation management programs.

fire, 3

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

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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.

synchronicity

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

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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.

 

 

walking

late fall day, dirt road
each pebble casts a shadow
grindsound of my steps

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When I walk under the huge New Mexican sky, I see geoengineering aerosols spread for miles. If you are interested in finding out more about these substances and their effects, please visit www.geoengineeringwatch.org.

10/03/2014

cluttered, clawed branches
too dangerous for chainsaw
clear, I can see far

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Thanks to all the aluminum littering the sky these days, it’s been a long time since I could see as far into the distance as I was able to yesterday. If you’re interested in what’s going on in the atmosphere, this site is worth your time: www.geoengineeringwatch.org

opera

highway quiet
coyotes sing drama loud
lights already out

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I love hearing wild creatures, and because I want to keep hearing them, I’ve found this site useful: www.globalskywatch.com

solar

daylight soaks flashlight
when night falls, I can find path
look, no batteries

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Roughly 20 percent less sunlight is now reaching our planet than in years past, due to “solar radiation management” programs. You can find out more here: www.geoengineeringwatch.org.