Category: emotional writing

Approaching the Hag

What of her in these times of destruction and division? She is angry and she is hungry. Furious at humanity and hungry for punishment and resolution.  The forest is on fire and the walls around her dwelling, which is now a fortress, are higher… Continue Reading “Approaching the Hag”

Breakdown

A wild something screams out of the flesh, released for all to seeThe fear, horror, hopelessness With only one desire – not to exist The uncontrollable despair comparable only to deep dark sorrowOnce you experience sorrow, someone said, the depth is done, for it is… Continue Reading “Breakdown”

Primordial land

Primordial land is the monument to eternity. Jagged, raw, windswept into position of timelessness. Wild grasses and flowers scatter across the cliff tops and the land and sea are like the oldest companions of all elemental beauty. It doesn’t just tag at your heart… Continue Reading “Primordial land”

more Soul Land reviews

Educator Soul Land by Natalia Clarke engages the reader through lovely language and imagery. I’m looking forward to showing several of these lines to my students as mentor texts to inspire their own writing! Claire M.So beautiful. It really takes a special poetry book to… Continue Reading “more Soul Land reviews”

Foreboding – The future of wild places

I had a dream last night and it went like this. I opened my eyes and met hers. She was looking at me with piercing blue like a frost-covered morning on a bright day. I smiled. She turned her face away, as if not… Continue Reading “Foreboding – The future of wild places”