This is a collection of poetry written by people who are spiritually green, expressing their love of Mother Gaia and the community of the Natural World. The book is loosely arranged in sections to represent different aspects of Earth-centred life and death. The poems were lovingly gathered from the poets’ personal collections and from some previously published in GreenSpirit magazines, as well as those contributed by friends and family. It is a book for browsing or dipping into; thought provoking, uplifting and meditational.
ABOUT THE COMPILER:
Joan Angus grew up in the Yorkshire countryside, roaming the hills when she wasn’t at school. From an early age she felt she belonged to Nature’s community. She went to college in Liverpool where she trained to become an Occupational Therapist and moved south following her husband’s job opportunities. They raised their two children in Hampshire, where she now lives with her second husband and their collie dog, at the edge of the South Downs. After retirement she became interested in genealogy and has self-published three novels based on the family history of her paternal grandmother. She has been a member of GreenSpirit for around twenty years, much of that serving on the Council.
THE GREENSPIRIT BOOK SERIES:
GreenSpirit is a registered charity based in the UK. The GreenSpirit Book Series is a low-cost book series in paperback and eBook format. The main contents/written material, editing, design and promotional work for the series is done on a purely voluntary basis, or given freely by contributors who share SpiritSpirit members’ passion for Gaia-centred spirituality.