pale birch trunks once stark winter skeletons shimmer in the light – leaves flame in gold and green blazing through dappled shade Kim M. Russell, 2017 My response to Carpe Diem’s Writing and Enjoying Haiku #2 no rules I missed the first episode of the new feature for the ‘weekend-meditation’, which Chèvrefeuille started two weeks […]
Here’s a link to the July issue, Vol. 4, Chapter 9 of the online Visual Verse anthology. You can find my poem on page 32 or you can link directly to the poem, entitled ‘A Tailor’s Bespoke Lament’.
The lens of day’s diminishing light freezes in the final blaze of sunset a sky-borne pterodactyl silhouette, whose serrated wings and compass-needle head trail a heron’s gangly legs. Kim M. Russell, 2017 Image found on Pinterest My response to Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie Saturday’s Mix This week, Teresa would like us to look at silhouettes, which have […]
Tangible tranquillity crescendos throughout the day, reaching a climax at dusk. In woody eucalyptus of a sprig of rosemary, the town has remembered me. In its low, glowering skies, swarms of midges and horseflies, my wild memories linger. Kim M. Russell, 2017 wild memories – image by Magaly Guerrero (@magalyguerreroindarkerwords) My response to Imaginary Garden […]