I suggest that you fellow admirers of nature writing explore the blog, Life in the Fresh Air; An exploration of life, nature, creativity and tai chi, authored by Sarah on the edge of the Lake District National Park in northwest England, including her work in “poems, photos, painting and writing, inspired by nature, landscape, gardening and tai chi.”
In particular, I recommend these two poems, the ones that first caught my attention:
‘I want to write a poem’
never works for me.
I have to wait.
Continue reading this sweet poem about sources of creative inspiration —>
A hailstorm engulfed the woods.
I walked, … Continue reading this poem capturing the contentment in a simple walk … —>
The poet follows this poem with the highly quotable declaration, which I love, and which I affirm as truth:
It says in a concise and memorable way something I’ve experienced countless times, specifically walking in nature, as implied in the context of Sarah’s writing. In her poems as in this declaration, she encapsulates human immersion in nature.
Thank you, Sarah.
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