Tuesday, September 27, 2011


Tuesday Poem packs an environmental punch

Tuesday Poem this week hosts a powerful environmental poem by Meliors Sims called Miner's Cook accompanied by a needle-felted artwork No MIne is an Island. The editor this week is Claire Beynon who says: 
I chose Meliors's poem Miner's Cook for this week's Tuesday Poem for the way it exemplifies so much of what I understand her creative process to be about - namely, a call to re-establish the right relationship with our earth; a plea to wake up to the many covert and overt ways in which we cause our planet harm; in this poem and the accompanying artwork, No Mine is an Island, Meliors quite literally stitches into relief our blind disregard and wilful mismanagement of our natural resources. 
After reading the hub poem click on the sidebar to see what other Tuesday Poets have posted: from Claire Beynon's At Home in Antarctica to Evensong in a Graveyard of Villas by Keith Westwater. 

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