Posts Tagged ‘Earth Day’

Earth Day, Earth Life: Revolutionary Blogging Haiku

April 22, 2019

When your life is lived/
environmentally, each/
day is an Earth Day.

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Earth Day, Again: Revolutionary Blogging Haiku

April 22, 2019

Decades passed since I/
cleaned the Milwaukee River./
This Earth Day, I plant.

Earth Day Pelican Sunset: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

April 22, 2016

Pelican sunset/
on Earth Day, we watch three fly,/
northbound, slow, no sound.
OR
Pelican sunset,/
we saw three flying northbound,
slow, without a sound.Earth Day pelican flight northbound at sunset

Lots Of Earth, But No Water: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

April 22, 2014

On Earth Day, how sad/
to discover that all my/
tomato plants died.

I Weep At Window Rock: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku Earth Day Lament

April 22, 2011

Garbage behind Window Rock on the Navajo reservation: plastic trash and beer cansBehind the sacred/
site I weep at plastic trash/
and empty beer cans.

Memories of Earth Day River Cleanup: A Canoe Revolu — tionary Poem

August 3, 2009

I have a canoe
down by Red Hook Brew-
ery.
Come do
my canoe
with me.

You can sit in the bow.
I’ll show you how
to pluck stuff from the water;
You might see an otter
or two,
from the canoe.

And when we are done,
you’ll think “That was fun!”
“Unusual, too!”
“Cleaning in a canoe!”

We’ll throw the junk away
we collect that day,
when we’re through.
Just me, you,
and our canoe.