Poem: Ground Path

Refugium

In recognition of today being a Global Day of Action to raise awareness about risks of 5G cellular technology, I am sharing one of my electro-aware poems from my new book Devolution, released last month by Caitlin Press.

People who are severely electrosensitive often need to sleep in their concrete basement (if they are lucky enough to have one) in order to get any relief. Walking barefoot on wet grass can also mitigate the effects by discharging the electromagnetic radiation built up in the body to ground. Many electrosensitive people I have interviewed have described these techniques to me, and I have tried them myself.

Radiation Exploration, by Mildred Thompson, 1994

GROUND PATH

Gently, gently, at first I was afraid of wasps by day and slugs by night—the wet kiss of soft flesh spread wide in long grass. My slow hunt for wasps by day and slugs by…

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