My poem “A Dream” is up in the Ekphrastic Review’s Challenge using the above painting, “The New Bucephalus” by Edgar Ende. My thanks to editor Lorette C. Luzajic. I’m in good company this time with friends Kerfe Roig and Kim Russell. You can read all of the poems here (mine is near the end).
This blog post matches the weird dream I had just before I woke this morning. The image was 3-D, with a person, not a horse though. 😀
I guess your dream matches the painting, rather than my poem. 😀 I’ve had some very weird dreams lately, too. I guess that matches our surrealistic present.
I read your poem Merril, congratulations for its inclusion – it was great 🙂
Thank you so much, Susan!
You know I always prefer your thoughtful poems set out clearly to poems with convoluted thinking set out obscurely 🙂
Aww–thank you! 😀
I was thinking the exact same thing, Jane, after reading Merril’s poem.
They always leave a lingering memory, whereas some….
Yes, some . . . 🙂
Aww–thank you both!😘
Congratulations, Merril! I happy for you!
Thank you, Jill! 😀
Congratulations from me, too. An excellent poem
Thank you very much, Derrick.
Well done, Merril. The scene does seem dreamlike, and you’ve done an excellent job of weaving elements of the mythology into your poem. Congratulations.
Thank you very much, Ken!
Congratulations, Merril!! I had a poem published by them a while back. I’m headed over to read your poem now.
Thanks, Liz. I enjoy these ekphrastic challenges.