The Big, Blue, and Beautiful has spun us back again to this week of the year, when we convene to fret over what we’re doing to her. This Earth Day we (should be) are more worried than ever, what with the spring storming daily threats and stoning us with hail; what with the mountains breaking the horizons turning snow-less and stony. Samip Dhungel, in his poem, ‘Kali Das’, expresses these fears, reminding us that what we destroy is alive and more sacred than money is.
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