The poems of Kohsé Caldwell are loaded with original imagery. Densely packed with meaning and symbolism, they nonetheless flow smoothly through their subject matter, exploring human love, sexuality, and psychology with a unique wisdom. We are proud to present five of her pieces here.
And when I was born, my mother, Maryella Jones, said to me...
'You are about to hear a song in a shell; a song long and stirring, whirring note's of empty rhythm...
You are about to character the empty, on your way to filling another space...'
So I said with thought...
Kohsé has no e-mail address, but you can reach her through Unlikely Stories.
Kohsé's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
July 1999 - July 2000:
Kiss the Flour
Doctor Your Herbs
After Day 2010