pan pipe music soars over the peaks of mountains a condor flying Kim M. Russell, 30th May 2018 My response to Carpe Diem #1443 Music to close our journey In the last episode of May, our inspiration is music from the Andean Mountains, called ‘El Condor Pasa’, played on the pan pipes. Advertisements
bass pinkillu flutes blowing melodies to clouds raindrops bounce on drums Kim M. Russell, 28th May 2018 My response to Carpe Diem #1441 La lluvia (The Rain) The month of May is almost over and we are almost at the end of our journey into the high mountains of the Andes. Today’s inspiration is music […]
A triplet of notes, a single wavering flame echoed by another in a gust of melody. Hush of voice unweathered modulates light and promise tethered by emotional tourniquet until the song spreads wings and skips on time changes like glottal stops. The volume dies, almost to a whisper, and a syncopated drum contains the pressure […]
I came to poetry through music. My mother was very musical and loved to sing. She had a broad taste and, instead of lullabies, she would perform popular songs of the day to get me to sleep, songs by Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Frank Sinatra; Harry Belafonte’s ‘Scarlet Ribbons’ (which reminds me of mum) and […]
in the golden hour everything falls into place serene afterglow Kim M. Russell, 2018 My response to Carpe Diem’s Winter Retreat 2018 Peace Within On the first day of Carpe Diem’s Winter Retreat 2018, Chèvrefeuille challenges us to create a haiku or tanka inspired on the theme of ‘Peace Within’ every day during a period […]
nature’s a puzzle constantly changing landscapes some missing pieces Kim M. Russell, 2017 My response to Carpe Diem #1278 Enigma (by Karunesh) Carpe Diem is celebrating its fifth anniversary with wonderful inspirational music every weekend. Today we have music composed by Karunesh.
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 […]