He sees deeply into the Heart of Nature and its mysteries;join him in exploring divinity in its ordinary and lively expression.
He is a poet of Nature and Spirituality. His language is bothlyrical and modern in tone, and the witty drawings are a reminder that thepoet is equally the artist. Through the poetry we hear the voice of one saddenedby our greedy and harmful age but, in a wry and compassionate way, it suggestsan alternative path towards inward tranquillity and self-transcendence.
Professor A.R.H. Copley