Old frog, new tricks

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This is another postcard that will not appear on the fantastic new site postal poetry. That’s because I’ve joined Dana Guthrie Martin as co-editor, and we won’t be posting our own work. But we’re actively soliciting submissions from anyone and everyone else, and we’ve created a section where artists and poets can connect for collaborative contributions, as well. Come have a look!

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  1. Well, it’s a damn shame we can’t use this card on the site.

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  2. Love it…….the frog and the words go so well.

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  3. yess that really is too bad. i really love the image and the creativity of the accompanying words.

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  4. Thanks for the kind words. Somehow, the prospect of putting words on a card freed me to create something more fragmentary and mysterious than usual.

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  5. Great card. I love the concept of postal poetry. You should aim for a grant from the US Postal Service, which worries about being left with no reason for being except EBay and junk mail.

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  6. This poem is great. It got me thinking about the lady, and her connection to frogs, and I thought of warts. Am I stating the obvious? Anyway, a wonderful photo and poem.

    This is a great venture, one lots of writers and artists will love. I could seriously get addicted to it.

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