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Juneteenth – is/let


Source: Juneteenth – is/let

‘Don’t Fuck With Nature’ – Fruit Routes 2019 | Burn The Water


regenerative action
or face extinction
don’t fuck with nature

Jasmine Salter

Source: ‘Don’t Fuck With Nature’ – Fruit Routes 2019 | Burn The Water

Kindling Stone – “Orchard”

~ for Sabine and her violet enso, always again 

A Spade in the Barefoot Orchard | Burn The Water

A Spade in the Barefoot Orchard | Burn The Water.

Orchard, a poem by H. D.


I saw the first pear
as it fell—
the honey-seeking, golden-banded,
the yellow swarm
was not more fleet than I,
(spare us from loveliness)
and I fell prostrate
you have flayed us
with your blossoms,
spare us the beauty
of fruit-trees.

The honey-seeking
paused not,
the air thundered their song,
and I alone was prostrate.

O rough-hewn
god of the orchard,
I bring you an offering—
do you, alone unbeautiful,
son of the god,
spare us from loveliness:

these fallen hazel-nuts,
stripped late of their green sheaths,
grapes, red-purple,
their berries
dripping with wine,
pomegranates already broken,
and shrunken figs
and quinces untouched,
I bring you as offering.

H. D.

“Orchard” by Kindling Stone

~ thank you, Sabine Miller

~ for all those travelers going home . . .