it is seen in the papier-maché cat the morning of autumn the rising sun on its back […]
the scent of autumn that sweet smell of decaying leaves stronger after rain the scent of autumn seasonal melancholy distilled in amber that sweet smell of decaying leaves wraps the drowsy soil a golden blanket stronger after rain it mingles with petrichor colour turns to grey Kim M. Russell, 18th November 2018 My response to […]
On a moist and mizzling day, my skin is pearled with gossamer mist, eyes wide with the expanse of grey above me, dotted with a scattering of distant birds. There is only emptiness and portents of winter in the yawning sky, and the days seem filled with loneliness. But when evening comes and the cloud […]
This November one of my poems has been included in Volume 6, Chapter 1 of the Visual Verse Anthology. You can find it on page 42 or you can follow the link to ‘Cardboard Harbour‘.
blue meditation nature builds a stack of rocks facing mountain peaks Kim M. Russell, 16th November 2018 My response to Carpe Diem Haiku Kai Extra Recently the CDHK linking widget has changed, which means that there are adverts which disrupt our enjoyment of each others’ Japanese poetry. In order to try out a new linking […]
between fall and swirl of russet and golden leaves a sudden cloudburst Kim M. Russell, 16th November 2018 My response to Carpe Diem #1546 Abstract Autumn Today our challenge is to think outside the box and create Japanese poetry from a visual prompt of abstract art: an autumn painting in which we cannot see recognisable […]
If I should forget you in the mist of growing old I’ll remember to grasp that mist and not let go. I’ll weave the threads between my fingers, tie knots to help them linger just a little longer to remind me of the autumn mist along the coast and the first time we kissed. Kim […]