Cloak of Invisibility

When the clock strikes midnight, will she vanish out of sight, a squashed pumpkin, a shattered glass slipper, a homeless, friendless Cinderella? Cloaked in the nightclub’s anonymity, dancing in the dark, caressed by strobe lights, she relished her invisibility, touched someone else’s damp skin, caught a glimpse of other people’s lives. But outside, on the […]

Invisible

We are invisible, held together by dark matter. We speckle emptiness, galaxies strung like diamonds on taffy pulled by space and time in an expanding universe, sculpted and dented by gravity into a map of invisibility. Kim M. Russell, 2017 Image found on Pinterest My response to Imaginary Garden with Real Toads – Invisible Today […]

Invisible Wife

My response to Imaginary Garden with Real Toads image prompt: Artistic Interpretations with Margaret – Andrew Wyeth Andrew Wyeth – Wind from the Sea (1947)   Weary from the heat I retreat From the stinging sand Cross the arid land To the shade of trees And a welcome breeze That sets The birds on the […]

Invisible London

My response to Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie B&P’s Shadorma & Beyond – ABC Poem   Against the constant Backing track of traffic, Common sounds of the city Drum in an Ever-present hum. Fixed in the haloes of street lights, Glimpses of passing faces, Hurrying home; In shop windows and shattered bus-stop glass, Jazzy Kaleidoscope of Lights. Morning […]