A Wild Love for the World
Jaime Howell / Lark (Ngātīmoti)
Somewhere in his thirties, poetry found Jaime Howell, moving something old and wild within him. A passion for education led him to offer community rites-of-passage events. After a devastating accident he found another way to play the guitar and began writing songs about the passages that exist between life stages.
After two decades helping adolescents gain a sense of what it means to be a healthy and whole, he has turned his attention to the mid-life crisis/opportunity asking where are the elders and what does it mean to be a True Adult?
A Wild Love for the World is a tapestry of original songs, real life gusty storytelling, interwoven with spoken word poetry from and of the heart.
The journey speaks to the Great Turning, an idea that we as humans have moved through the agricultural revolution, Industrial revolution and that now we are poised on the brink of a possible conscious revolution into a life sustaining society.
Featuring spoken word poems by David Whyte, Mary Oliver and more.
Check out Jaime’s website.