All posts tagged poetry

Speaking of Roots

“If you are among those who think of roots as nothing but dull appendages sleeping peacefully in the stuffy dirt under a plant, you may be interested to know of their real adventures…”
–Guy Murchie, The Seven Mysteries of Life: An Exploration of Science and Philosophy

Read More

Making New Myths

“There is never a single, orthodox version of a myth. As our circumstances change, we need to tell our stories differently in order to bring out their timeless truth.

Read More

When Worlds Collide

The so-called Spacecraft Cemetery is a remote area in the Pacific Ocean, southeast of New Zealand, thousands of miles from the nearest land.

It is where defunct spaceships are sent hurtling to their deaths.

Read More

Poem for a Windy Day

 do you believe
in who you are?
Read More