Michael Enevoldsen is a poet and photographer, who lives in Denmark, just outside the capital of Copenhagen. He has education as both a gardener and preschool teacher. The latter he finished at the University College of the city of Roskilde in 2015. His interests include literature, metaphysics, philosophy, meditation and nature – particularly bird watching and hiking. His poems have appeared in some international magazines, including Lummox Poetry Anthology 4 (USA) Calliope: Literary and Visual Arts Magazine (USA) Yellow Chair Review (USA), The Commonline Journal (USA), Time of Singing, (USA), Aquillrelle Anthology (Belgium) and Section 8 Magazine (one micropoem combined with two of his photos) (USA). Also he has works in the forthcoming issue of Madison's Lake Anthology.
SHADOWS OF MOUNTAINS
We brought the shadows of mountains
And forget them for the silhouettes of busts
|Photo by Michael Enevoldsen|
Being in clouds
Walking through fogs
We lost direction
And found the way from signs of crosses
And found our way in silhouettes lost...
WINTER’S SLEEPY EYE
By passage of her golden chariot
Through my skies
Casting light of amber glow
Upon seasons of my soul.
Ice touched and touched by fire
this winter’s sleepy eye!
|Photo courtesy of Michael Enevoldsen|