How the Environmental Movement Lost Its Way and What We Can Do About it.
an emptiness, too, in the bright
flicker of a cardinal on my back fence
I’m sending my poems to reform school.
To prison. To the front lines. Straight to hell
on a one-way ticket.
The 1918 flu claimed an estimated 675,000 lives in the United States. With no drastic action, we will surely surpass the 1918 toll before returning to anything resembling normal life.
What I’m learning about grief is that
it comes and goes, like the shadow in front of me
on the afternoon sidewalk.