Ode to Edward Abbey (2)

Ode to Edward Abbey (2)

Voice in the wilderness
as flesh of the desert
flows upstream
current contained and controlled
river’s life condemned

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2 Responses to Ode to Edward Abbey (2)

  1. Dear Pen,
    Thanks so much for your comment. I like the wikipedia article – thanks for sending the link. Abbey’s Desert Solitaire is amazing – that prose/poetry we love and you are so good at. I stopped reading 2 pages from the end — couldn’t bear to finish. Best to you.

  2. penpusherpen says:

    HI Monica,
    Love this raw feeling in this poem.
    and I’ve just noticed the Book link …Essays for The Planet… Had a ‘walk’ around and loved that too…Food for the soul., my friend…thank you for sharing your work.
    You had me wondering with the tag..Edward Abbey, so I did my favourite thing of Googling…and found this link…http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Abbey
    He sounds a wonderful character willing to do all for the cause of conservation…and I would like to be buried as he wanted…fertiliser…pure and simple!!…xPenx

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