This blog has come full circle and it’s time to say goodbye. Enjoy the archives if you are inclined and thank you to readers for the gifts of time and presence. May wisdom and wildness be yours.
There is something powerful about doing the same activity again and again. It becomes a meditation, creating familiarity that comforts and challenges the bodymind to be present in different ways each time. I find this with walking, and live close to Roaring Beach, a 2km long stretch of coast in southern Tasmania. I walk this […]
The waves move too fast For me to outrun them, Laughing with adrenaline My cotton pants are soaked and cold, Even on this sunny day. I’m always balancing On the edge of disaster, Drifting with the ebb and flow of kelp as it decays. Seaweed that has met disaster already. No longer planted in The forest […]
Radical feminists hate sex work. They see it through a lens of complete and overwhelming oppression. There is little room for shades of meaning and for them it is clear – prostitution must be eliminated and those imprisoned by the system of male sexual right must be rescued if women are to enjoy equal rights […]
I walked along the sand, in my blue bikini and cotton sarong, heading way up the beach, away from others. The sand underneath was very warm and the waves tumbled into shore. My belongings were left under the shade of a tree as I strode into the cool, wet liquid which sparkled with a late […]
By now, summer holidays for most Australians have come to a close. It is time to go back to our lives and livelihood, schools and study. Many of us have spent weeks and days near the sea as we celebrated Christmas and the turn of the year. I live by the sea at a wonderful […]
olive green on pink softly twinkling in my eye canvas is the sky drown the sculptured edge high tide is in a hurry sand, sea dissolve me daily art begins stirring my heart from the deep traced with light anew