Sharon Fagan McDermott: This Against the Night
Sweet hyssop and the sweltering hives
from which sail bees, their resolute flight
into July, into my garden.
Sharon Fagan McDermott: Meditation on a Sanctuary
And still there is shelter in shade
and pummeling rain, in the produce aisle
with its mounds of lemons, nectarines.
Linda Ingroia: What Is Mud’s Dirty Little Secret?
It’s a double-edged sword. … The more we put up barriers, the more we reduce our human microbiomes.
Molly Fisk: The October Garden
If you were zinnia, still bright in the October garden, and I the last orange cosmos. If you were catmint blue draping yourself over the cinder block wall and I … Continue reading
The Garden Crone: Beyond Local — Bioregional Based Eating and Economies
In a world where so much attention is needed everywhere to stop injustice and environmental destruction, it can be overwhelming to know which path to take. Many of us seek … Continue reading