Environment

Puerto Rico plight in poetry

PUERTO RICO: “LAMENTO BORINCANO” -- REDUX

In Puerto Rican parlance, and a derivative of the indigenous language and Spanish, the island is known as, “Borinquen” or “Borinquén.” Puerto Ricans, in turn, call themselves, “Borinqueños,” “Borincanos” or...
Elements, in verse, which care and kill in inverse proportion

FLAMA, VENTIS, AQUA: NATURE’S VOLATILE, “PAS de TROIS”

Fire, wind and water, Though usefulsometimes they be, When they shouldn’toughtta, They become a sightto see. They can worktogether. Sometimes they appearalone, Quite hell-bent forleather, A threat to both skinand...
COGITO, ERGO SUM

FUELING PARIS CONFAB: HOMO ERECTUS ON STEROIDS

How arrogant, this creature, "Human", So soon after its recent birth, To think that wee I and you can Control the air and sea and turf! But that's the...
Climate Change, Global warming

Swimming 101