Carol-Ann Author

Lichens of grey, white, yellow and black Millennia in the growing Clinging to ancient granite sentinels Peek closely, beneath the layers To crystals of quartz, feldspar and shiny mica By day, anti-clockwise spirals of sun-filled energy Flowing down through crystalline structures Down deep into the earth below By night, in the Moon’s glow, Clockwise spirals … Read more ……

Peace Poem by Carol Ann Written for the White Wood Peace event on Saturday 28th May 2016 As I walked down the street one day I heard an Angel cry Let peace reside within she said No-one heard, though many tried. Let peace reside within she said Let illusions pass you by Now is the … Read more ……

An extract from ‘Massacre at Onawe’, a short story based on notes taken from a book by Beverley Basset-Broad called “Walk with me to Onawe”. An historical guide to the Head of the Bay and Onawe Peninsula, Akaroa Harbour, South Island, New Zealand. James ‘Worser’ Haberley picked up his journal and gazed thoughtfully at the … Read more ……

At the southern end of Sun Island on Lake Titicaca is a sacred place, used by the local Andean Indians and their Kallawuaya for rituals and offerings to Pachamama, the Earth Mother. The Kallawuaya is a fortune teller or native doctor of the Andean Altiplano and this one is a small man, dressed inconspicuously in … Read more ……

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