The cooling rain charges the air Electrifying the fine mist Smoldering clouds boil away Mother Nature’s emboldened kiss — The hammer strikes the heavens My skin is chilly and alive The anger and fury of nature If vengeful, we shouldn’t survive — But we do, perhaps undeserving Birds resume their vocalisation The ground is recharged … More After the Rain
No, don’t. Just the very thought of a shark encounter is terrifying. I have friends that are scuba divers and surfers, who explore waters around the world. I say, no thank you. Sharks and other creatures can have the oceans. Parasailing or kayaking, nope. The only way I’d consider going out in the water would … More Bite Me
This is a follow up to my first Greta blog. Amazing how one teenage girl can scare so many middle aged men. She scares a lot of people, with her words and passion, and with her courage to stand up to the old world order. Greta turned 17 this month, and for more than a … More More Greta
Lying on green grass looking above As a boy I dreamed of sailing so high Wonderment unleashed by imagination Of adventures as big as the entire sky The gears scraping like tearing metal As it slows to a lazy, skipping crawl Billowy clouds float like soup crackers My plane climbs steeply before the stall At … More An Earthly Rotation
Greta Thunberg is 16 years old. She’s been in the news for more than a year. Love her, or hate her, and many do, the young lady is driving the climate change narrative. It amazes me how grown adults are taking potshots at her on social media and on FoxNews. When you can’t debate facts, … More Greta
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