Category Archives: Green Poetry

Gaia’s Call


Within the heart of freedom there’s beauty to be heard; the roaring of a waterfall, the trilling of a bird. Within the depths of loneliness the silence deafens all; this is a place you’ll never hear the beauteous Gaia’s call. … Continue reading

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Sometimes


We stand upon the precipice of all our lives have sown and look out on the garden of all that has now grown. Can we be proud of what we’ve done; the future left behind? Have we left behind us … Continue reading

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Tilting At Windmills


There’s bloody windmills everywhere – too many for my lance; if I should take them all on I wouldn’t stand a chance. Maybe I’m getting older but I’m much wiser too; I can’t fight every battle I’ll lose all if … Continue reading

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The Drones of Death


The Drones of Death fly silently to all corners of the land and turn the fertile wilderness into dead, drifting sand. The Drones of Death are corporate slaves, they look like you or me they come to end our freedom, … Continue reading

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Gaia’s Art


The world around me resonates to the most amazing tune; from the deepest greenest forest to the stark beauty of a dune. I wish I had the words to speak the views seen from my heart; there is no thing … Continue reading

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Religion Vs Spirituality


Ravaged by religion, where does the Spirit hide; deep down in the Underworld, where many think it died. But the Spirit true will never die, it’s waiting to be free and the only ones to free it, are folk like … Continue reading

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Alive


In a world so full of wonder, I wonder how we forgot to bow our heads in wonder at the beauty that’s our lot. We come to this planet Earth as visitors for a short time; the way we behave … Continue reading

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