She’s a bright splatter of golden petalled bloom anchored in earth with her many faces in a single head. Her roots absorb toxins from the flowerbed as she worships the sun, tracking its movement across the sky with the loyalty of a lover’s eye. Kim M. Russell, 15th July 2019 My response to dVerse Poets […]
Patricia has kindly included two of my haiku in the latest Poetry Pea Podcast Series 2 Episode 14: Trees. There are some stunning tree haiku from around the world, and Patricia reads them beautifully. You can listen to the podcast as well as read the notes to accompany it on the Poetry Pea website.
after the summer heat raindrops kissing my naked body Ah! that coolness Chèvrefeuille after the summer heat longs days in vanishing shade a hopeful cloud raindrops kissing my naked body replacing dust and sweat […]