Earthen Rovings by D.L. Lang
This volume contains selections of nature poetry collected from D.L. Lang's full length poetry collections published between 2011 and 2020. This collection is meant to serve as a sampler to those unfamiliar with her work. D.L. Lang is a nature lover who enjoys spending time outside to take walks and absorb the surrounding beauty. Lang is a poet who often finds herself inspired to write in a wilderness atmosphere, and dreaming of spending time in nature while indoors. A handful of environmentalist poems are also included within these pages. Don’t forget to honor your Mother Earth.
D.L. Lang is a contemporary American poet and spoken word artist. The author of over a dozen poetry books, Lang has been writing poetry for over 25 years. She has performed her poetry on stage hundreds of times at protest rallies, county fairs, literary festivals, open mics, poetry circles, bookstores, libraries, and live radio broadcasts.
From 2017 to 2019 she served as Vallejo, California’s Poet Laureate. Her poems have been awarded with numerous county fair ribbons, transformed into songs, used as liturgy for prayer, and to advocate for peace, justice, and a better world.
The scribe of over 1,200 poems from haiku to free verse to masterful rhyme, covering a wide variety of topics, D.L. Lang has poetry that’s sure to delight. Lang dabbles in both gritty realism and surrealistic wordplay, sorrowful elegy and uplifting affirmations. Her poetry is a mixture of topical political commentary, religious devotional meditations, and poetic autobiographical memoir. Her words take you on journeys deep into nature, memory, spirituality, and the whisperings of the heart.
She is the author of Tea & Sprockets, Abundant Sparks & Personal Archeology, Look Ma! No Hands!, Poet Loiterer, Id Biscuits, Barefoot in the Sanctuary, Armor Against The Dawn, Dragonfly Tomorrows & Dog-eared Yesterdays, Resting on My Laurels, The Cafe of Dreams, Midnight Strike, and This Festival of Dreams.
D.L. Lang is an internationally published poet. Her poetry is anthologized in numerous titles worldwide.
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