Ed Kuris paints his mistress’s oldest daughter

8 08 2017




poem is a two syllable word… 2

8 08 2017

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Over the years I have published poems in reviews, mags, anthologies, across Canada and the USA. These are some of the black and white illustrations I used for these works.

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Poem is a two syllable word… 1

8 08 2017

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Over the years I have published poems in reviews, mags, anthologies, across Canada and the USA. These are some of the black and white illustrations I used for these works.

150jpg150jpgb&wamerica150jpgshipwaits150jpgsomethingbeauty150jpgsteps150jpgvancouver150jpgwatchher150jpgworldsuffers150jpgyoumusthate

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Crowd Noises 3

8 08 2017

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Crowd Noises was a chapbook that was originally published in the dawn of time. (I can’t remember.) At the time I was very impressed with T. S. Eliot. But then he lost his nerve and became a Catholic or Anglican. These illustrations are all cut and paste, pre Photoshop, although to tell you the truth, who cares?

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Johannes and Franz Riepenhausen 1780s -1830s

8 08 2017




why do we worship the flag…

8 08 2017

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Why do we worship the flagby David Halliday

a rant

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things that should not have been said…

8 08 2017




Crowd Noises 1

8 08 2017

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Crowd Noises was a chapbook that was originally published in the dawn of time. (I can’t remember.) At the time I was very impressed with T. S. Eliot. But then he lost his nerve and became a Catholic or Anglican.

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‘tell me, you’re coming back to me’

8 08 2017

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Crowd Noises 2

8 08 2017

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Crowd Noises was a chapbook that was originally published in the dawn of time. (I can’t remember.) At the time I was very impressed with T. S. Eliot. But then he lost his nerve and became a Catholic or Anglican. Since then my poetry has generally been smaller, the moment rather than the epoch.

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