Neil Garvie reads his poem, The Witch Old Man and the Fishers, from his first book of poetry about the environment, Silence Craves a Voice.
Neil Garvie reads his poem, The Prairie Wind and Me, from his first book of poetry about the environment, Silence Craves a Voice.
JIGSAW, Neil’s third book, represents a poetic sharing by the author. Selections are from decades of piecing together his own puzzle. The book is offered to the reader in a colourful variation of poetic styles as the author describes a world of breakdown and recovery, making the reading experience in human terms, saving the reader from having to wade through psychological and medical terminology.
A happy Halloween poem.
One day, while driving past a clear-cut development, we spotted a forlorn-looking bald eagle sitting on a pile of rubble next to a parked bulldozer. Nearby was a toppled nest and grey eaglet cadavers.
What a special time in autumn at the lake — after the crowds have returned to their busy lives — leaving the wilderness to a sole silent canoeist.