Arts

Two Poems

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“Why We Need Ponds” To break the monotony of crops we need ponds to be, on our home places, the eyes that never close…

Tree Meditation

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This wide, aged dogwood blooms with the ivory of old teeth. Last year, a flock of cedar waxwings vanished  among new leaves and  fading…

Strange Forms

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The Ecotheo Review is pleased to feature several selections by visual artist Darrell Black. Throughout his work, Black aims to explore “the unique wonderland…

Ice Bone

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The EcoTheo Review is delighted to feature three visual images by Judith Skillman, a poet, editor, and artist from Syracuse, New York. In her…