This vintage postcard came on a dark winter day to my house and made me want to go to California…right away! thank you, Lisa. She is at pcardpoesy.tumblr.com. The poem (fragment?) is quite lovely. –Shaun Advertisements
Fitri, who lives in Jakarta, sent this beautiful poem with its translation. The Paris postcard made me remember my trip there last year, and the poem just makes me . . . love poetry even more. Thank you, Fitri!
This card is amazing–with a wonderful photo and an equally wonderful poem . . . from the Czech Republic. Click on the picture to see it larger so you can read the poem. Thank you, Katea!
This postcard poem came to me from Sacramento. You can see more of the poet Alexa Mergen’s work at her blog: Alexa Mergen The picture side of the postcard is Georgie O’Keeffe’s Narcissa’s Last Orchid, a pastel from 1941. Both the poem and the postcard are lovely. Thank you very much, Alexa! –Shaun
Poemcrossing is a project of the Rural Oklahoma Museum of Poetry. Send a poem to the museum, and one will be sent to you. Poem can be your own or simply one that you like. Poem can be on a postcard or a card or in a letter . . . or best of all, …