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.


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.


rabbit feet punch-holes
in day-old snow’s damp paper
sun softened edges


We all leave tracks. You can find out more about the ones streaking the sky at www.geoengineeringwatch.org.


cloud’s hull sails by
at mountain peaks no shipwreck—
a giant embrace


If the weather, taken overall, seems unusual to you these days, you are not alone. Find out more about the current human weather manipulation programs at www.geoengineeringwatch.org.