eviscerate and bone me batter and bake me blind take my sweetness to the hard-crack stage and caramelise my mind splinter me brittle with mortar and pestle quadrille me with sanity fine-edged with a sharpening steel from your batterie de cuisine of the surreal Kim M. Russell, 2016 My response to dVerse Poets Pub Tuesday Poetics […]
For the eleventh time this year, one of my poems has been published on-line by Visual Verse. It’s on page 14 of this month’s edition, Vol 4, Chapter 02, which is full of fantastic poetry and prose, all based on one unusual image. You can go to visual verse.org and read all the prose and poetry, […]
I’ve been watching at the window for a little hunter to glide across the garden towards the house. I’ve spotted it in the tall trees and landing on the broken gate, hunting a mouse. Sometimes it steeps razor talons in soil, tugging on earthworms and toppling when they crack. I’m hoping that one morning soon […]
words are not required music speaks its own language golden tongues of sound Kim M. Russell, 2016 My response to Carpe Diem #1087 String Symphony No. 4 in C minor by Mendelssohn Today we’re letting the music inspire us with Mendelssohn’s String Symphony No. 4 in C minor.
no flowers remain on the boa of ivy gagging the willow Kim M. Russell, 2016 My twenty-second haiku for the Carpe Diem First Winter Retreat 2016 the kick off – find the silence