Helen Pletts & Romit Berger on the Day of the Global Climate Strike

freshwater bio sonar boto
freshwater bio sonar boto
over-hunted through the flooded forests
agile Amazon pinkness with tactile whiskers
tiny-spiny dolphin-teeth murky-snouting
red bellied piranhas, croakers and catfish
#climatestrike  #schoolstrike4climate #fridaysforfuture #climatecrisis #gretathunberg



Helen Pletts (www.helenpletts.com ) whose two collections, Bottle bank and For the chiding dove, are published by YWO/Legend Press (supported by The Arts Council) and available on Amazon. ‘Bottle bank’ was longlisted for The Bridport Poetry Prize 2006, under Helen’s maiden name, Bannister. Also published in Aesthetica, Orbis, The Fenland Reed. Working collaboratively on Word and Image (published exclusively by www.inksweatandtears.co.uk) with Romit Berger, illustrator, since 2012. Helen’s poetry was longlisted for The Rialto Nature and Place Competition 2018 and shortlisted for the Bridport Poetry Prize in 2018. Helen’s poem The Grey Seal Speaks was selected in 2019 for the climate change awareness anthology entitled ‘Planet in Peril’ available from https://www.flyonthewallpoetry.co.uk/planet-in-peril

Image by Romit Berger who says “I am a graphic designer and artist, living in Prague for the past 
ten years. In 2008 I joined a writing group – English is not my native
 language but I graduated from an international school, so it is a part 
of my life ever since. I feel that the dual process of finding words to
 describe mind images and illustrating written words, opens a new 
exciting dimension of creativity for me.

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