Tag Archives: Kim Goldberg photography

Night fishing (haiku)

Night fishing— white disc of Common Goldeneye beneath full moon Poem & image © Kim Goldberg

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Chain-link fence (haiku)

Chain-link fence holding back the wildness—a junco in each diamond (Poem & image © Kim Goldberg)

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Seaside promenade

Seaside promenade—a young jogger overtakes me, soft fur of her seeing eye dog brushing my bare leg (Poem & image © Kim Goldberg)

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A stone heart (haiku)

A stone heart leapt from the path to ride home in my palm (Text & image © Kim Goldberg, 2014)

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The Tao of Totem Poles

Mushrooms are sprouting from the old totem poles, now laid to rest in the forests of Nanaimo’s Bowen Park. Sprouting from eyelashes, jawbones, armpits, wingtips… I am reminded of T.S. Eliot’s epitaph (which he chose himself) inscribed above his interred … Continue reading

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