Category Archives: Poems

“Cyberspace is Sacredspace”

by Hazel Henderson (published in the Merck Foundation publication ENOUGH 1999) Earthbound humans Soaring at last, In cyberspace. A leap in their long And painful journey Upward: from Olduvai, Altimira’s caves Catal Huyuk, Sumer, with waves Of patient migration To … Read the rest of this entry

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To an Unsung Hero

What fortunate people We who grew up under her wing! This is true courage: To toil each day for others. This is true valor: To keep faith with the future, Without compensation or recognition. Caring and sharing, honoring Nature Are … Read the rest of this entry

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Cosmic Economics

A work of art Lies buried in the morning sand. A sad lover seeks her necklace Eyes scouring The glorious, pristine beach At sunrise. Remembering the panic of loss The night before While walking this same way Companions joined the … Read the rest of this entry

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