Like me, said the albino magpie with machine-gun-like chatter, truth isn’t always black and white, and he took off from the tree, flying free. Kim M. Russell, 3rd October 2019 My response to Poets United Midweek Motif: Truth Susan is back for the Midweek Motif, honouring Gandhi’s birthday with the truth. She has taken a […]
Day: October 3, 2019
broken windowpane house fly buzzes in the breeze caught in a web Kim M. Russell, 3rd September 2019 My response to Carpe Diem #1756 Fly For Carpe Diem’s 7th anniversary month we are celebrating small things in nature, and today we are inspired by Issa to write haiku about flies: don’t be mean to that […]
until their leaves fall trees smoulder with poetry ignited by words Kim M. Russell, 3rd October 2019 A micro poem for National Poetry Day in the UK, also linked to dVerse Poets Open Link Night I’m not sure if this is a haiku or a senryu.