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Fish

The other morning I noticed a fish in my garden.I thought, what was a 3-foot-long dead fish doing among the bushes and trees?But he wasn’t dead.He was looking around. I am sure gills work only in water, but somehow he breathed.His silvery scales shone bluish and pinkish in the sun.He was fat,...

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Global Warming

I dipped my hair into the sea.When I pulled it outIt had grown by many yards and was curly. Hanging on to every waveWere crabs, starfish, brown kelp, yellow kelp,Jellies with stingers and without,And one open-eyed, open-mouthed scaly fish. The water from my hair dripped on the ground, which...

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Humans on earth

We came across this video post by the experimental artist Kahren Hipscher on Instagram and felt it resonated deeply, in a poetic way, with Deep Adaptation. Kahren has kindly allowed us to share it here, along with the words from her original Instagram post. A human moment, some space to breathe....

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