Thank you to Barton Smock for publishing my poem, “An Echo Echoes Pharaohs,” in Isacoustic. Barton is a true poet and patron of the arts.
You can read it for free here.
It’s very rare for me to write poetry. One reason being that I usually prefer the excessive and digressive form of the novel. Even when I get a story published it’s almost always a slice from a novel I’m working on at the time.
However, I did write this poem with my novel in mind and it may or may not appear in the final manuscript. I’m also thinking of working on a full-length collection of this kind of poem. It wouldn’t be the only project I have planned, but my current novel takes precedence over everything.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy the poem.
Featured art is a cropped version of Salvador Dalí’s Morphological Echo (1936).