and she is gold a yellow globe of chrysanthemum joyful and optimistic unfurling in the sun in her heart the warmth of summer rustling gently in the breeze among burnished falling leaves ready to mourn on the old year’s tomb. Kim M. Russell, 7th October 2018 My response to dVerse Poets Pub Tuesday Poetics: What’s […]
poet’s brush is full black shadows from an inkstone forming words Kim M. Russell, 9th October 2018 My response to Carpe Diem #1518 Inkstone and pencil (free style) Chèvrefeuille says that nowadays we have computers, tablets and smart-phones but in Basho’s days they used inkstone and a pencil. He has reminded us of a previous […]
This October I am happy that another of my poems has been included in Volume 5, Chapter 12 of the Visual Verse Anthology. You can find it on page 22 or you can follow the link to ‘Alien‘.