Another story of mine has been posted at bookscover2cover; called Heiress, it can be read by clicking on the link. This story was written because I wanted my own version of those tales from the Middle Ages in which the awkwardness of some of the syntax and phrasing creates a lyricism of its own somehow.
And to finish, here’s Patti Smith –
Horse tails of spume
Trail speeding cars after
This poem was written for Carpe Diem Ghost Writer #33, Richard Wright on Autumn by Jen of Blog It Or Lose It, another great prompt hosted by Chèvrefeuille at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai. In this post we were asked to write a late-autumn haiku (in Richard Wright’s style and tone) showing a relationship between man’s realm and nature’s realm. This was my attempt and all of the poems in the link-up can be read here. While the horse’s starring role in the haiku seems like the perfect excuse for some Patti Smith.