Seashore Postcard

no matter
how many times
you ebb
from me,
I am quite sure
you’ll always
come back,
come back,
come back,
come back,
to me.

– from shore to sea

©2017 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer. All Rights Reserved.
Photo via Unsplash

In response to dVerse‘s Tuesday Poetics: Wish you were here by De of whimsygizmo.
Today, write us a postcard poem.
This can be as simple as penning a poem that is short enough to fit on a postcard (or cocktail napkin, or Post-it note). Think micropoetry. Or you have the option to add the challenge of writing a poem that is to, or from, someone, as if it were a note on an actual postcard. You can also choose a postcard image (one you own, or one you find online – just be sure to give credit where due), and use it as a visual prompt.


49 thoughts on “Seashore Postcard”

  1. forgive me dear…its old age..cos I was trying to recall if I greeted maria already (bout me being in Singapore) while juggling on my thoughts with your lyrical poem..ooohhh dear..

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      1. I actually been considering that…seriously. ..gonna send you mail privately will check on your profile. ..bring you and maria something to remember Singapore by…

        or something that will say ..”I remembered you guys when I was here”..

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