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Bears and Radical Ecology by Sara Wright

My friend As an eco feminist I am deeply concerned with the loss of the swine I cherish. One of these is the Black bear whose trips are becoming more and more scarce as the forest around me disappears. The make in this poem is unlike the accepts I used to know in that he […]

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Election Musings by Janet Maika’i Rudolph

On Friday, Nov. 6th, the working day before the Biden/ Harris scoot was announced I expended a period in a profoundly meditative commonwealth. I live in the NY City metropolitan area and it was a beautiful day. I principally was sitting in my backyard in a patch of sunshine musing on the world and striving […]

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Telepathy, Women, and Birds by Sara Wright

I am a naturalist and ethologist who has studied numerous animals and birds in their natural habitat; my 15 time study of Maine’s black abides is perhaps the best example of the employ I do. I am a dedicated animal counselor-at-law and telepathic communication is part of numerous if not all of my interactions with […]

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Passionflower Autumn by Sara Wright

I am gazing out the window; an almost bare budded apple tree’s sap has begun its ancestry for the winter months. Trees participate in a great round; breathing slackens as the tree becomes drowsy. Soon the gracious cold will introduce her and others of her species to sleep , not to awaken until life each […]