Shaded dusty paths cut undergrowth tideway below tangles of branches and dapplings of leaves. Trees strike poses, dipping and sky-pointing like gigantic waterfowl in a wandering wind. Overhead sunlight bursts and splashes like whitecaps bubbling and cresting, majestically burning, caught in the teeming flood of forests’ chlorophyll blood. Kim M. Russell, 24th August 2018 My […]
Day: August 24, 2018
autumn heat — my begging bowl is full of rice (C) Santoka Taneda (Tr. John Stevens) each bite a grain of power a winter coat for the soul Kim M. Russell, 24th August 2018 My response to Carpe Diem Tan Renga Challenge #111 This week’s Tan Renga challenge is based on a haiku by Taneda […]
under a big sky a melting pot of cultures red, white and the blues Kim M. Russell, 24th August 2018 My response to Carpe Diem #1504 America’s folk music We are nearing the end of August with only a week to go and today we’re being inspired by American folk music.