Sun-Dried Grass

evening sea fog descending into sun-dried grass sweaty lovers                                              Jane Reichhold a steep dune path promises empty beach and ocean breeze sinking sun obscured by a veil of mist melts into the waves day’s heat lingers in the sand and whispers in the sea grass                Kim M. Russell, 30th June 2019 My response to Carpe […]

White Crane

How I wish to call A white crane from Fukei, But for this cold rain.                                 Kikaku Nimble fingers crease sharp folds and origami wings fly.                              Kim M. Russell, 29th May 2019 My response to Carpe Diem #1669 Tan Renga Challenge Month May 2019 (16) white crane May is almost over and today’s haiku […]

Thinking of Prague

A dense morning fog hides statues flanking the river on both sides and wraps the castle in a shroud, hiding its glory from the small crowd that leaves the medieval town to cross the Gothic bridge of stone. We dodge each oncoming tourist, each phantom emerging from the mist, make our way to a coffee […]