by Kathleen Wilson
in her interplanetary skirt
to what galactic song
Author's Note: Published in "Star*Line", Journal of the Science Fiction Poetry Association, May, June, 2009.
Inspired by the Joseph Cornell exhibit in San Francisco last month. (This one is after Cornell's collage box "Interplanetary Naviigation, 1962") Joseph Cornell, American artist, has been a big influence on my art.)
Posted on 01/30/2008
Copyright © 2018 Kathleen Wilson
|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by David Garner on 01/30/08 at 07:01 PM|
I've never seen Cornell's Interplanetary Navigation, but I feel as if I have now. Such beauty in your succinct few words. I love navigating through this brief, yet huge, galaxy.
|Posted by Steven Kenworthy on 02/04/08 at 12:10 AM|
i wish i could manipulate inspiration as well as you. this poem, as simple as it seems could represent the world on its back. two doves...a pretty image. wide open in space...conquering whatever. mightyfine.