What has become of dragons? Do they leave trails of scales and seaweed on every rock and shore? Do dragons roar in echoes of thunderstorms, scorch burling clouds with lightning from their tails? Do dragons lurk in lava and ore deep within the earth’s core? What are they forging? Kim M. Russell, 3rd June 2019 […]
Snug in the palm of my hand, fingers curled and caressing its smoothness, exploring miniature scales on back and fanned tail, tiny teeth in roar of mouth, the dust-filled creases of its head, flaming copper burnished with the faint scent of boxwood, my little finger fits the curve of its body, feels the kanji carved […]
twisting and turning over mountainous terrain ancient dragon guards Kim M. Russell, 2016 My response to Carpe Diem #1096 The Great Wall of China by Einar Englund, Today’s music is by Einar Englund, a Finnish composer, and is called ‘The Great Wall of China’.