That time’s lost now, when a stone could hurt,
when a feather missed its wing,
when sky kissed clouds and grass kissed dirt
and nothing thought itself just a thing.
The way the lightning-split
willow was tugged,
wandy and half still alive,
It refused to uncork.
So beneficial is exposure to the natural world that a new global movement has arisen to declare access to nature a human right.
To really get to know the tallest trees in the world, start with their leaves.
Why do we wish to bear
Forever the noise of these
More than another noise
So close to our dwelling place?
(A fák lelkiismerete) you must appeal to the conscience of trees their calm is the sign of confidence that you’ve coveted for ages even with a budding mind their … Continue reading
There’s a cedar forest near where I live in the south of France, which sprawls across the slopes of a mountain otherwise covered in what the French call the garrigue. … Continue reading