On these days of so much bad, it seems like a miraculous bit of wild magic to be able to share something good. What’s this “good” you speak of, Magaly? You might be thinking. Well, my beloved lovers of words, I’m referring to the Poets and Storytellers United Legacy Tree. How glorious is that? Pretty fantastic, methinks!
Our giant bit of good is a sugar maple tree planted by our own Joel, of The Stranded Tree Farm. The tree is currently just a sprout, but like Joel says in “Tree of Words”, the Poets and Storytellers United Legacy Tree “may be small but it can grow along with our words.”
|photo by Joel (@Stranded Tree)|
Please visit Joel’s blog, and read “Tree of Words”, to learn more about our Legacy Tree. Explore the links within the post to experience more of the project. Dear Joel, thank you so much for this growing gift. May our words and hopes help it touch the sky (and us, too).
Announcements and Reminders:
- in her latest Wild Fridays: Roving the Web, our Rosemary brings us “Letters from Satya”. The post offers a link to a new free e-course that she hopes “will support you to lean into our dear Earth - with all her complexity, wisdom and beauty.” Bring on the support and hope, I say!
- for the next Weekly Scribblings, Sanaa wishes everyone “to draw inspiration from ‘A Playlist Compiled for the Heart’. Pick a song that appeals to you and let your muse run free… Be inspired by the title, the lyrics or just the emotions that the song evokes. Please do mention your choice somewhere in the post and remember to give credit.”
But today and always, for our Writers’ Pantry, your muse’s inspiration can go free and wild. Let your contribution be new or old, short or long (if you choose prose, the word count should be 369 words or fewer). Add the direct link to your poetry or prose to Mr. Linky. One entry per participant, please. Visit other lovers of words. And tell them what/how you feel about the words their muses sprouted.
Yes, we can; or, we could… if we grow.