Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow – about the first Busy Bee book

In Endangered Meadow the bees of Old Oak Meadow have to unite the meadow’s inhabitants to stop some developers building houses all over it. The UK has lost 97% of its meadows since the middle of the 20th century and the madness of the planning system means that councils want to build more little boxes … Continue reading Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow – about the first Busy Bee book

Hearts at the River’s Edge

Driftwood, Sunrise on the Delaware River The earth murmurs ancient heart-songs.Hear them in root-rush and rock-rhythmstapped by sea-spray rainbows.The eagle’s whistle slices the peached-tipped clouds–life and death balanced. Hand-in-hand, we watch the light glide throughlove-grief fault lines, as the ghosts dance at the river’s edge. A quadrille (a poem of exactly 44 words) for dVerse … Continue reading Hearts at the River’s Edge