Eco-logical Lai

fruits of muddy shores crested waves before sparkled wanting to know more tempted to explore startled by this sky of ours millions of stars buried in Earth’s store extinct dinosaurs marvelled ancient bones galore crashed like meteors thankful how can we ignore life in ocean’s store? Kim M. Russell, 9th May 2019 My response to […]

After April

After April rain that’s washed into May, sun illuminates the sparkling garden embroidered with a foam of daisies and brassy dandelion buttons. I find one last withered snowdrop, a survivor from the yellow flood, breathe air encouraging and fresh with growth while I stop and listen to a chiffchaff chuckling a tune, a song that […]


in the moonlight, the colour and scent of the wisteria seems far away                                          Yosa Buson intertwined with hazy mist rising with birds from the lake              Kim M. Russell, 9th May 2019 My response to Carpe Diem #1660 Tan Renga Challenge Month May 2019 (7) Wisteria Today our inspiration comes […]