Poem Up at the Ekphrastic Review

My poem “without, as within” appears at Ekphrastic Writing Challenge Responses: Guillermo Wiedemann. It can be seen here, with many other deserving reads. The inspiration for the challenge is the painting “Figure (1959),” by Guillermo Wiedemann. Something tells me the current pandemic had something to say about this painting.

My thanks go to Lorette C. Luzajic, Editor at The Ekphrastic Review, for including my poem.

Ken G.

18 thoughts on “Poem Up at the Ekphrastic Review

  1. Congratulations !
    You say so much in these 3 lines:
    “sight and sound secondary
    to perception, turmoil
    resolved through reflection”
    Perception indeed each person’s choice … reflection can swing that around 180 degrees … from panic to helping solve the problems collectively faced.

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