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The Natural World

A curated collection from our archives

“We are hungry for communion, bright and full conversations, many conversations within our communities that can lead us to a conversion of cooperation, not conflict. I believe this is a very creative time for humanity [for] all of us living on earth. To serve and to sacrifice on behalf of the common good, to see ourselves in loving relationship with the Other—this will allow us to create concentric circles of regard and respect toward all species, not just our own.”

—Terry Tempest Williams

Poetry

At 4 a.m. Snow

By Suphil Lee Park

The Earth

By Cintio Vitier

Ex Nihilo

By Bruce Bond

Forest Monk

By Dick Allen

Orchard

By Valerie Wohlfeld

Island as the End of the World

By Nicholas Samaras

Creed in the Santa Anna Winds

By Bronwen Butter Newcott

Daybreak, Winter

By Betsy Sholl

To Begin With

By Kathleen A. Wakefield

Some Trees, Too

By Andy Eaton

Visual Art

Essays & Converations

The Mushrooms

By Anna Anderson

Implicit Tree

By Lynda Sexson

Born, Again and Again

By Pattiann Rogers

Cloud Shapes and Oak Trees

By Robert Cording

From the Faraway Nearby

By Morgan Meis

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Hisboninus (Meditation)

By Yudel Huberman

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