Mail Art and Poetry

Here are a couple of mail art items I’ve sent out that include poetry. Since they are postcards, anyone can read what’s on them. I like the idea of my thoughts making their way across the countryside, actually taking a trip here in this world, one that can be traced. The poems are short, as befits a postcard – just a little snippet of thought is all that’s needed.

First, the poems:

1.

Exile

but
Then there was tomorrow
Homesickness whispering again and again

2.

Get With It

I understood that
Times have changed
when I heard it said
fortunetellers, they go to heaven
reward for
substantial popularity

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