Butterflies repose in this poem by Lynne Goldsmith.
Poet Ethan Goffman asks “O little stream, why do you run so rapid? You can’t outrun the world.”
Poet Lynne Goldsmith relates the fascinating life cycle of Pacific salmon in this vivid, stirring poem.
This poem from Lynne Goldsmith reminds us where we stand, in the grand scheme of things.
A new poem from Dan Lennon puts the climate crisis and our role in solving it into perspective….
Poet Lynne Goldsmith’s new poem tells the tale of the the migratory flight of the Bar-Tailed Godwit from the perspective of the bird…
Earth (A Poem) Verses to help us appreciate the vitality of nature during this time of global stress
A poem from Gerald Hodgson helps us appreciate the vitality of nature during this time of global stress.
Dan Lennon’s poem warns that the fate of the planet and of humanity may depend on the choices we make today.
Barbara Mendelsohn’s poem Litterny reminds us we all play a role in keeping litter in check throughout society.
Eco-Justice Poetry: Celebrating A New/Old Form Talking Ghost Fishing With Poets Melissa Tuckey and Camille Dungy
The new book Ghost Fishing: An Eco-Justice Poetry Anthology sheds new light on the eco-justice poetry movement.