Pond, Water Lilies & Meadow, by Brenda Yates

With apologies to Eamon Grennan You enter Senda’s painting in stillness, among reflections of smudged trees and brush at the edges of water, your eye drawn through a break in foliage to sunlight sheening a meadow beyond, untruthfully shining back on the pond, lighting pink floating flowers and a fruiting red fungus that illuminates the … Continue reading Pond, Water Lilies & Meadow, by Brenda Yates

Brenda Yates

Brenda Yates is from nowhere. After growing up on Air Force bases here and overseas, she settled in California. Her poems have appeared in Mississippi Review, Eclipse, Pearl, In Posse Review, 51%, Cider Press Review, Spillway, Blue Arc West, So Luminous The Wildflowers: An Anthology of California Poets, Chaparral, Don’t Blame the Ugly Mug: Ten … Continue reading Brenda Yates