A poem about our eukaryote selves, the cells that we share with all plants and animals, the things that allow us to receive the environment and make a response.
A little poem I wrote about our 3.5 billion years of bacteria history – we have more bacteria cells than “human ones! We are a symbiotic relationship between life forms. Bugs & germs They make us squirm They are bad and we need to kill them Our chemicals and wipes, Exterminate all types We don’t […]
A poem I wrote about our oldest evolutionary truth, that we arev all made from atoms, that we are all connected, we are all the universe. Looking up deep into sky Wondering brain asking why Trying to get a grasp of scale Differing reports of the history trail Perspective shift from all about us To […]
A little poem I wrote about our two brains.. Why do we have two brains inside, does anyone really ask Hardly connected seperate things, how many people are behind each mask Most divided of any creature, corpus colosseum reducing in size Evolution – this must be a good idea, to who is this a surprise […]
Arriving, perfect timing.Late, fate hesitateComing here to mediateQuiet night, dream insideothers moving different tides.Sitting breathing frogs I’m hearing,listening and learningancient dreaming. Outside stillness inside stirringNew ways to be, I am learningBody nourished real food yearningRelaxing now and life time caring. Fire outside crackles brightlySome eyes can see now softly softlyDo I know you? I think […]