It’s fall and things are dying. What least productive practices and mindsets are you working on shedding?
An Orthodox theologian sees crosses in the bloom of a bloodroot.
The farm and now heritage center of Byron Herbert Reece, who lived and wrote in the Choestoe area of Union County, Georgia. (photo: UGArdener/Flickr, CC by-NC 2.0).
It’s about as simple as poems come:
Easter is on the field:
With bloom their tomb unsealed
To April air.
New as the dew shake cold,
Beside their anxious dams:
Easter is on the fold.
A guest contributor shares his reflections about reconnecting to the earth in an urban environment.