Another Love & Nature meditation from Jim Bertolino reprinted from his book, Snail River.
Like The Water
New poetry from Jed Myers explores the mysterious intersection between the egoistic self and spirit realms which is the evanescent dwelling place of the human soul.
Any Kind of Sovereign
Jed Myers explores the illusion of the separate self as mental illness in this humorous new metaphysical poem.
This poem offers reflections on the coming of a golden spring by a humble root vegetable.
An expression of Giving Thanks as an act of Loving Life, in all of its complexities from Seattle poet Jed Myers.
My Sister's Daughter
James Bertolino celebrates the mysteries of birth and the cycles of life in his latest poem about the recursive nature of human existence.
Soft Belly, Open Heart
A study in the flow of a loving life lived awake.
Words for Children
Poet Jed Myers shares a heartbreaking new poem that surfaces the pain of righteous rhetoric transformed into bullets, bombs and polarization in the Middle East.
Jed Myer's powerful new poem is a true comment about how the dead from war are all our own children, our own families.
Day of Atonement
Jed Myers' new Yom Kippur poem explores the wonder, guilt, and pity of the human condition in the 21st century, as the temperature rises, and nations fight war after war -- over oil, water, religion, economic philosophies, race, and always, money.
An offering of another visionary wandering through Nature brought to us by James as we dream through winter of summer days.
What To Say
New poetry from Jed Myers explores the ghostly fog of parental cartography, visits blackbirds patrolling the perimeter of dreams, and celebrates the wisdom of child's play.