Hosted by Kathabela Wilson
his own boat
on Colorado Blvd
in the family tradition
our Poets Salon”
Ο Ο Ο
ten years of growth
the tree rings are hidden
marked in jacaranda blossoms
along a boulevard of colors
tree to paper
paper to mind
a decade of information dances
Independent Journalism: Notes and Credits
Briony James is a poet growing roses, herbs and verses in foggy Altadena.
Suggest your own theme. or write Kathabela for a theme suggestion. We publish every two weeks. Send short poems, free verse, haiku, senryu, tanka, cherita, haibun, tanka prose, short prose poems, etc., or your own unique approach, to Kathabela by text message or (click here to email her directly). We can feature your work again after five months. Multiple Submissions can be saved to appear later:
- Send a short bio, with comments on your theme.
- Send photos or artwork by you, or friends.
- Put your poems directly in the email.
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