Rough Draft

postcard front

postcard back

NaPoWriMo Challenge, Day 28:  “Draft a prose poem in the form/style of a postcard.”  Okay, maybe I took it a little too literal 🙂

About Maggie C

Stained glass artist, writer, respecter of life.
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22 Responses to Rough Draft

  1. Oh, Maggie, this would be great even without such meticulous presentation, since the words themselves are so beautiful. ❤ And the photo and all. Truly transportive.

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  2. Bravo! This is fantastic. It feels alive & real. Good job not trifling with the snore-deprived boxer. 👍

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  4. I felt that sense of enjoyment as I viewed the poem within the postcard borders. I love writing poems over favourite recent photos. Go into paint and fiddle until it pleases. But hey, love the poem.

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  5. Smitha V says:

    You made it come alive…felt the cold and could see boxer too😊

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  6. Sometimes I use paint to write the poems to the side of a photo. Here’s a posting of one.

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  7. I won’t inundate you but just this one where I’d written on the photograph. My very forward great-granddaughter at about 20 months.

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  8. Ha! I’m all about dogs this week as I’m petsitting for my son and family. Love what you did with this. Brava!

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  10. Peggy Lemmer says:

    Cool postcard! Hal will take the Henry Weinhardt’s and I’ll take the drafty cabin. 🙂 You are getting in lots of practice and it shows. 🙂

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