Category Archive: Writings on the Land

Autumn Tide 2018

As we stand at the entrance to the West gate, opposite the place of the rising sun that gave us light for the last 6 months we now turn to the deep waters… Continue reading

Growth

There is never an end to growth, Nature shows us, by Her continual regeneration that we to can attain qualities that may have seemed out of reach. How far can you go today?… Continue reading

Sophia’s Correction – by John Lamb Lash

Wisdom is the name of this goddess. The earth is wise. All creatures of the earth are wise, the clouds, the skies, the grass is wise. The earth is a living embodiment of… Continue reading

Spring Tension

Stretched…taught…your drought tangible I can feel your dust…your parched lips Your dirt cracks…they open…hungrily Your wattle shined…but not for long Gumnuts flowered….then stripped away By the beaks of cockatoo… and galah Stealing your… Continue reading

Brilliance

How can I not be moved, Gazing into your radiant face. Your petals hold the mystery to your deepest secrets, Your opening reflects my inner opening. You give so generously from your roots,… Continue reading

Gaia Sophia

Gaia Sophia Look around you I drifted in with the wind I splashed down in the storm I draw my primal energy from the sea Under foot the greening begins Roots that spread… Continue reading

Faded Memories of the place by the river

What a brilliantly stunning day, the colours fill my palette of senses as I breathe in the rotting of summer, with the dampness of rain, isn’t it wonderful to be alive! The greens… Continue reading

Sugar Glider

    My happiest moments are those spent in Nature.  Always was, and always will be. There is nothing so invigorating for me to spend time with the wild and in the wild… Continue reading

Surrender

Pulling out weeds, gathering the last of the harvest, digging in the vegetable and herb gardens, cutting out what is no longer needed there and in myself…detoxing, taking time to be alone, to… Continue reading