Category Archives: Postcard Poetry

Hands Pull Together

    Left over right, not too tight. Hands strong. Together we weave our rope. Let us tether the present to the future, feet firmly on the safety of the past. We are responsible for Peace. C.J. Prince ©2017 Advertisements

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Soul of the Northwest

  Big leaf maple,  Acer macrophyllum, leaves shine sugar coated. Alive in a hundred shades of green, I am the Northwest, soul of the planet. Catch a raindrop. Tip your chin up. Drink sky water. Splash into the lake. Mystery lies … Continue reading

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The Dependability of Geese

Get your ducks in a row, she said. I’d rather gather a gaggle of geese, snow white bellies settling on Skagit flatland. My ducks scatter. I depend on geese in rotating formation.  My turn, your turn. As above, so below. C.J. … Continue reading

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If She Does Not See you, Do You See Her?

If She Does Not See you, Do You See Her? The woman in the mirror is not trapped in the looking glass. The pond, still as a gravestone, does not reveal her  reflection. C.J. Prince ©2016

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Postcard to Unknown Friend

    Dear Stranger Poet, Or is it Poet Stranger? How goes it?  Stuck on words?  I am leaf green and sometimes blue. I need sleep, not nightmares. I spend my time trying to write to you. Hope you are … Continue reading

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