wooden rocking horse gallops through budding forests imagination Kim M. Russell, 2018 My response to Carpe Diem #1392 A Children’s Game Today’s poem, ‘A Children’s Game’, has been taken from The Essential Rumi by Coleman Barks. Advertisements
In foolish figments, the wild willowwacks of child- hood, I am myrmidon to my master chocolate. My stash is hidden in entangled tree trunks; knots and holes encircle glints of wrapper and my dark greed, the eccentric need for sugar that makes me jump when Mother discovers crumbs and smears on the bedclothes. Kim M. […]
summer silence sifts in an iridescent sky settling in sunset Kim M. Russell, 2017 My response to Carpe Diem #1228 sunset (CD Imagination) In the final episode of a month in which we have explored several kigo for summer, classical and non-classical, our last prompt is ‘sunset’.
mountainous landscape hints of pine and water scents in monochrome ink Kim M. Russell, 2017 Sumi-e Landscape My response to Carpe Diem #1154 Sumi-e, the Japanese way of painting, Imagination introduction We are discovering the beauty of Japan with Chèvrefeuille. Today he has inspired us with a piece of Sumi-e.
weeping willow fades golden to butter yellow a smear in the mud © Kim M. Russell, 2016 Autumn Willow (photo © Paul Militaru, Photograph Portfolio) My response to Carpe Diem Imagination With Paul Militaru #5 autumn willow In the final ‘Imagination With Paul Militaru’ episode, Chèvrefeuille has found a wonderful photo in which autumn is beautifully […]
lips locked in a kiss arms entwined in an embrace lost in the moment two hearts beating together underneath the kissing gate © Kim M. Russell, 2016 Paul Militaru My response to Carpe Diem Imagination with Paul Militaru #4 kissing gate Chèvrefeuille has brought us another episode of Imagination with Paul Militaru and a beautiful photo […]
antiquated words gilded rites and rituals metaphor of life © Kim M. Russell, 2016 Image by Paul Militaru https://photopaulm.com My response to Carpe Diem Imagination With Paul Militaru #3 the Holy Bible Today Chèvrefeuille has presented us with a photograph by Paul Militaru of a Holy Bible to inspire us to create haiku or tanka.