I have an ekphrastic poem, which might well be the thirtieth one, in Volume 5, Chapter 10 of the Visual Verse Anthology. You can find it on page 23 or you can follow the link to ‘Artist in a Suit‘.
I ignore big ships silently trudging the horizon, scan the weathered citadel of seabirds, guano island, bleached and weather-worn, sharp as the eye teeth of a siren, the stench hovering like halitosis. Oh Poseidon! Send us rain to percolate the rockscape, moon and stars to embellish the seascape. Kim M. Russell, 11th August 2018 My […]
emerging figure wrangles with solidity genius of art Kim M. Russell, 11th August 2018 My daily response to Carpe Diem Summer Retreat 2018 Finding the Way At Carpe Diem, we are almost at the end of the traditional seasonal retreat: a period of 30 days in which the goal is to write a daily haiku […]