Monday, 20 June 2016

A poem by Kim Peter Kovac

Dress me in blue-green

Dress me in blue-green,
the color of the verge
now in focus ahead:

a border forming
between the present
life and the next, half-

life, built from fragments
of radium whose
vivid warmth pulses

outward, a thrumming
radiance vibrating
on signposts ahead.

Dress me in blue-green,
please - I’m on the verge.

Kim Peter Kovac works in the USA and internationally in theater for young audiences with an emphasis on new play development and networking. He tells stories on stages as producer of new plays, and tells stories in writing with lineated poems, prose poems, creative non-fiction, flash fiction, haiku, haibun, and microfiction, with work appearing or forthcoming in print and on-line in journals from Australia, India, Dubai (UAE), the UK, and the USA, including The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, Red Paint Hill, Elsewhere, Frogpond, Mudlark, and Counterexample Poetics.

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