Synkroniciti is thrilled to welcome back poet David Ellis from Auroras & Blossoms with a magical poem, “When Night is Bare,” a Kindku based on Percy Bysshe Shelley’s “To a Skylark.” Kindku is a new form invented by David Ellis and Cendrine Marrouat based on the haiku. The Kindku is a short poem of seven lines and set syllabic pattern. It includes seven words that are taken from one specific source, in this case, Shelley’s masterpiece. “When Night is Bare” brings out the transcendent spiritual connotations of birds: flight, hope, song.
To read David’s luminous poem, please subscribe or purchase the issue here and we will send you a link. The issue, our ninth, debuted September 1st with the theme of “birds.”
David Ellis lives in Tunbridge Wells, Kent in the UK. He is an award-winning poet, author of marketing workbooks/journals, humourous fiction and music lyrics. He is also a co-author and co-founder of the inspirational art platform Auroras & Blossoms, and the co-creator of PoArtMo (Positive Actions Rally Thoughts & Momentum), the Kindku and the Pareiku.
David’s debut poetry collection (Life, Sex & Death) won an International Award in the Readers’ Favorite Book Awards 2016 for Inspirational Poetry Books.
David is extremely fond of tea, classic and contemporary poetry, cats, and dogs but not snakes. Indiana Jones is his spirit animal.
You can browse David’s work on the Auroras & Blossoms website and on Amazon.