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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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Navajo Night Chant – Part 2 by Sara Wright

Read Part 1 now: The original Night Chant involved four teams who danced twelve occasions each with half-hour delays in between-a total of 10 hours. The dance shifts involve two rows facing each other. Each of the six male dancers takes his female partner, dances with her to the end of the line, lowerings her […]

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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 […]