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Soul of the Earth: the Awen anthology of eco-spiritual poetry 

edited by Jay Ramsay

CONTENTS LIST

Introduction by Jay Ramsay        


ROSELLE ANGWIN

Day Lilies
You Wrapped in Your Red Coat
Summer Solstice 2010, Merrivale
Earth Heart Days


AIDAN ANDREW DUN

Treadwell    


DIANA DURHAM

Detour    
Blake            
What Was the Original Wild?    
Big Valley, Pennsylvania    
Icing    
Black River    


KAREN EBERHARDT-SHELTON

Heavenly Moon    
Five Billion Simultaneous Heart Beats    
The Face of God in the Folded Sheets    
Misplaced Calibrators    
Sea-ing into the Haze    
God’s Underwear    


ROSE FLINT

Prayer for Always Peace    
Field of Light    
Running on Empty    
Sedna at Tadusack    
Another World Is Possible    


DAWN GORMAN

Apple Tree    
Tenacity    
Spring Warriors    
Natural Order    
Holy Well    
Quarry    


ALYSON HALLETT

Moon    
Transparencies    
O Rain    
La, la, la or The Singing that Joins Us to This Rock    
What We Do When We Stop Talking    
Suddenly Everything    


 
JEREMY HOOKER

To the Unknown Labourer    
Nobbut Dick Jefferies    
Landscape of the Daylight Moon    
Walking all day in the Forest    
Cyane    


ADAM HOROVITZ

Second Coming    
Wile E. Coyote Pauses for Thought    
The Memory of Water    
Seeding    
 

CHARLOTTE HUSSEY

Cailleach    
Ndixito: From the Life of Maria Sabina    
from Small Catastrophes: After Reading Marko Pogačnik    


IRINA KUZMINSKY

This age of darkness …    
from Quills    
A Sequence of Embraces    
from Australian Stories    


KEVAN MANWARING

Breaking Light

    

PAUL MATTHEWS

To the Lady    
A Green Theology    
Carrying Language into a Wood    


JEHANNE MEHTA

Beltane in England    
Nothing Now Common    
Yew Pollen    
Albion?    
Hymn to the Earth    


MARGIE MCCALLUM

Pukerua Bay    
What did you do when you knew the Earth was unravelling?    
Chalice Well Garden, 2 a.m.    
Let no bright colours interrupt the month of May    
On Reading Rilke’s Letters to a Young Poet    
Somerleaze Farm Retreat    


GABRIEL BRADFORD MILLAR

The Fere    
Am I Ready?    
Pitchcombe    
Some Things    
The Earth Speaks in Tunis    
Month of the Dead    

HELEN MOORE

Green Drift    
Modern Magus    
In Good Hands    
Time-out, Black-out    


PAUL NELSON

Another Day Will Come    
Sun    


JENNIE POWELL

Tulip Tree    
Place    
Ceremony for the Winter Solstice    
Evening Light    


JAY RAMSAY

The Boreen    
from Anamnesis – the Remembering of Soul    
Driving Home, Christmas Day    
If the Grass Could Speak in Her Voice    
In Bowood Library    


LYNNE WYCHERLEY

The Substitute Sky    
Corncrakes    
Cloudberries    
Littoral    
Sea Walls    


An Ecobardic Afterword by Anthony Nanson

    

The Contributors    

Acknowledgements

Publisher’s Note