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by Susan S Solinsky Susan has painted, photographed, travelled, and written stories and poems exploring the wonders and heartbreak of

The Progeny of Love

by April Tierney April Tierney is a poet, activist, craftswoman, mother, and lover of stories. She is the author of

Tree of Knowledge

By Kent Wittenburg Recorded by author Imagine never moving from your spot for decades centuries even The chickadees flutter picking

Un jardín para una montaña mágica

By Patricia Samper Un jardín es un espacio de conexión Conexión profunda con nuestro ser Conexión libre con nuestros sueños 


Poem by Margaret Huff

The Spiral

Poem by Colin Cafferty

If You Knew

poem by Ellen Bass


poem by Karina Lutz

Where There Are Trees

Poem By Chelsea Frisbee

What is Not Sacred?

Poem by Simone Hanchet


Poem by Khalilah Alwani


Poem by Looby Macnamara

I am the water (for Gaia)

poem by John Salskov-Iversen

Speak to the Child in Me

Poem by Dana Dajani

Honoring Our Pain for the World

Burning River

by Amelia Brady Amelia Brady is a poet and herbalist originally from the land bordering Lake Erie currently called Cleveland,

Lament of the Bones

by Osnat Lev Ari Osnat Lev Ari lives in the north of Israel, above the sea of Galilee, in an

holy communion

by Kert Lenseigne Kert is a spiritual wanderer and wonderer who lives on the unceded, sacred, Native Snohomish, Indigenous and

Dirge for the ocean

poem by Leo Murray

Gaia’s got a lot to do

By Will Falk Recorded by author Gaia, unlike some deities, does actually hear your prayers. It’s just that she’s busy.

The Seer & the Believer

Prose poem by Shayontoni Rhea Ghosh

Some remember…

Poem by Anonymous

Syrian Lullaby

Poem by Abigail Brandt

Appalachian Elegy (excerpts)

poem by bell hooks

Wounded Healer

poem by Jacqueline Sheridan

The Rising

Poem by Annie Hayes

Dark Faith

Poem by Tim Weidman


A poem by Nico Arcilla.

The Monster In My Room

Poem by Sarah Ryan

Seeing with New Eyes

Reciprocal Rhythm

A poem by Toni Spencer.

Clarion Reminder

Poem by Laura Grace Weldon

Cultural Emergence

Poem by Looby Macnamara, permaculturist.

Becoming Good Ancestors

poem by Claire Rousell
A "Deep Time" poem from the Future Beings

Excerpt from Rebel Song

Poetry by Rivera Sun

Time Traveler

Poem and video by Lyla June
In this music video, spoken-word artist Lyla June offers a poetic reflection on time and the wisdom needed to care for future generations.

The Great Remembering

Poem by Jo delAmor


poem by Annabelle Acton-Bond


by Signature MiMi

Poem: Go and receive

by Zilong Wang

Poem: The Force Field of Love

By Carolyn W. Treadway

Poem: Stumble

by A.M. Davis

Going Forth

we practised to love all the people

by Tet Koffeman English recording by author Dutch recording by author Tet Koffema  (she/they) is in love with mother earth.

Light a Candle

by Judy Myerson Judy Myerson is a retired Psychotherapist and Order of Interbeing member in the Plum Village Community of

Ways of grieving

by Nicholas Tippins

Seasonal Forecast

By Cheryl Pallant Recorded by author Because summer nears. Because rain pelts the roof. Because enough never is enough. Because

learning to say good-bye

By Susi Moser Recorded by author as my heart  breaks into yet more  pieces over the world, all i want 

Daughters of the patriarchy

poem by Julia Smagorinsky

Great As You Are

poem by Susan Griffin

Cultural Emergence

poem by Looby Macnamara

Wild Reciprocity

Poem by Susan O’Connell

The Crows of Istanbul

Poem by Nico Arcilla

Sacred Life

Poem by Alia Stewart-Silver


Poem by Toni Spencer

What Matters Now

Poem by Minx Boren

The Hospital

Poem by Claire Rousell
"We have been sending smoke signals to the future people asking them for advice on how to be good Ancestors."