Tag Archives: postcard

Send to Returner

At the edge of a weathered postcard, the faintest glisten, by which memory holds true and offers proof—There were people, a trip, a sea, clouds, fragile patterns, mist.  There was this life, where we dreamed, and so this postcard, this … Continue reading

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Weathervane

Umbrella opens at the touch of what’s to come– Bodies rain in sync.

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Vintage

Lovers reign by kiss, sealing vintage in time-lock– Fated, no recourse.

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Wish You Were Here

Send us postcards from your loneliest places, your fault-lines and secret rivets, send us words and we promise not to burn them, we promise that something of the ineffable will stick, as if a lasting thorn in God’s bruised paw.

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New York, New York

The skyscraper quartet of ladies peaking eyecandy to airshow, arches a vintage and puckered valentine to a city in love with its meteoric rise and call.

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