on fermenting sap and pollen, like wasps and bees? And are there epic stories imprinted on wings that flicker as they fly, quirky cartoons like the ones we drew in the corners of our exercise books? I’ll have to wait until drowsy summer days, when I’ll hide in the long grass behind the willow and […]
shy exchange of smiles fluttering of butterflies gently touching hands Kim M. Russell, 3rd May 2018 My response to Carpe Diem Romancing Haiku #3 first love The goal of this special feature is to create love-haiku about first love.
illuminate the hedgerows imitating clouds of primrose landing on the sensual mouths of bluebell, scilla and hyacinth, intoxicated on their April scent Kim M. Russell, 2018 My response to Imaginary Garden with Real Toads NaPoWriMo Get Listed: Poems In April Edition Sanaa has shared with us a spring poem about by Edna St. Vincent Millay. […]
two white butterflies spiralling among flowers star-crossed summer love Kim M. Russell, 2017 Image found on telegraph.co.uk My response to Carpe Diem Writing and Enjoying Haiku #3 classical haiku In this week’s ‘weekend meditation’, Chèvrefeuille has brought us an episode ‘Writing and Enjoying Haiku’, inspired by Jane Reichhold’s book. In the last episode, we had […]
Flickers of orange and crimson wings Energised by the sun, Blunder into September As leaves that twirl And wildly whirl In innocent passion For the balmy glaze Of early autumn days. © Kim M. Russell, 2016 Image copyrighted: Isadora Gruye Photography. Reprint only with permission. My response to imaginary garden with real toads Out of Standard […]