Poetry

Gaia the Goddess

Gaia the Goddess is bursting with greenery. Gaia the Goddess is fecund and fair. Gaia the Goddess despises machinery. Gaia the Goddess commands us to share,  Sharing and caring and sparing and paring Our wicked consuming right back to the vest, Vanquishing vandals with sackcloth and sandals. Woe to the wildering waste of the West.  Less of it, least of it, summon the priests of it, Worship the Wikka, the Guardians of Earth. Death to the Motorist, vehicle votarist, Welcome the rancid religion of dearth,  Sackcloth and sandals and guttering candles, Windmills and wheelbarrows! Sons of the soil, (Every peasant…

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