Coming Soon: Amaranthine
Influenced by the art found in traditional Japanese poetry styles, Amaranthine is a collection of a hundred visual
poems from the Haiku series, both published and previously unpublished, to be available this coming September.
Coming Soon: Amaranthine
Influenced by the art found in traditional Japanese poetry styles, Amaranthine is a collection of a hundred visual
poems from the Haiku series, both published and previously unpublished, to be available this coming September.
Coming Soon: Amaranthine
Influenced by the art found in traditional Japanese poetry styles, Amaranthine is a collection of a hundred visual
poems from the Haiku series, both published and previously unpublished, to be available this coming September.
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Musings from a Wildflower

Aimed to seamlessly blend words with imagery, Musings from a Wildflower
is the first collection of visual poems from the Micro Poetry series.

Gathering a hundred poems side-by-side, these minimalistic poems focus on the little things;
daily thoughts, emotions, philosophy, hoping you’ll find a moment to relax while reading them.

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Available in print and eBook
— click here for an extensive preview —

Dreamscape

Filled with 26 works of original fantasy art, Dreamscape invites you to escape
into another world as imagery merges with a rich variety of poetry.

Blending the thin line between fiction and reality, it’s inspired by chasing goals, wishes
and daydreams, holding on to that important courage to keep believing in yourself.

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Available in print and eBook
— click here for an extensive preview —

Curious for more? Head over to the BOOKS page to browse all of my published books, and their additional details, pricing and direct purchase links.

Visual poems from the Micro Poetry series

Inspired by philosophy, nature, day-to-day thoughts and emotions, this minimalistic series aims to encourage, ponder, or show you the beauty in small things and moments.

Curious for more? Head over to the MICRO POETRY page to view a larger collections of poems from this series.

Visual poems from the Haiku series

Influenced by the art found in traditional Japanese poetry styles, this series contains haiku based on the continuous changes that happen all around us, in both nature and life.

Curious for more? Head over to the HAIKU page to view a larger collections of poems from this series.

Visual poems from the About Love series

With words from both sides of the heart, this series collects the moments of romance, and heartache; the multitude of feelings that come over us when we fall... in love.

Curious for more? Head over to the ABOUT LOVE page to view a larger collections of poems from this series.

About Me

Hello, and welcome; it's a pleasure to meet you. My name is Kimberly Jolanda, and I am an author, visual poet and artist, who was born in Leiden, a city in The Netherlands, where I still happily live today.

Beginning my journey as Kiyo back in 2017, I've previously worked as a professional illustrator and designer for a small studio, and have had my portfolio represented by a London-based agency, before pursuing my dream of producing my own publications.

Combining my love for both art and the written word, I began sharing my Visual Poetry online, the uploads branching out into three different suites; the Micro Poetry, Haiku and About Love series. They are filled with pieces inspired by nature, philosophy, day-to-day thoughts and emotions, the first two series influenced by my love for Japanese poetry, while the latter's main focus lies on the matters of the heart.

Taking my work from digital to print, the visual edition from Dreamscape —which combines both my original art and poetic words— became my debut publication, followed by the first Micro Poetry collection, Musings from a Wildflower in ’18, and Amaranthine as the latest addition in ’19, gathering all existing hundred poems from my Haiku series side-by-side.

Would you like to get in touch? Drop me a line through the contact form at your right, or directly through poetry(at)kiyo-art(dot)com; I'd love to hear from you (:

 

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