Hints of Sepia – My Great Grandfather

The sepia of the creased photo hints at breath of ale and sweet tobacco that clung to pipes lined up in a rack. It echoes with the tock of a mantel clock and the faster tick of a watch tethered to his pocket by a brass chain. His moustache, waxed and sharp, would prickle your […]

Light

an overcast sky threatening and ribbed with cloud always a surprise with sudden bursts of sunlight or tides of silvery moon Kim M. Russell, 23rd May 2019 My response to Poets United Midweek Motif:  Light Sumana is hosting this week and she has brought us a rich range of quotations and poems about light. She […]

A poem featured at Poets United

Today I am proud to have a boomerang poem featured in Sherry’s ‘Poems of the Week’ at Poets United. It’s one I posted a while ago for one of Sherry’s prompts. It sits between two lovely poems by Toni and Sara. If you’d like to read all three, follow the link below: https://poetryblogroll.blogspot.com/2019/05/poems-of-week-boomerang-poems-by-toni.html