Do yourself a favour and take a look at writer and artist Ingrid Steblea’s imaginative, surreal poetry postcard at Postal Poetry.
I love it. I love the surprise of the sunflower petals, the goldfinches and the pearl …
Tags: Ingrid Steblea, photography, photos, poetry, poetry postcards, postal poetry
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Like I said there, it’s exceptional and I wasn’t remotely surprised to see Ingrid had produced it.
Yes. A wonderful one. Thank you for taking me to it.
I love it too. I was happy to see Ingrid’s name attached.
Thanks for promoting work on the Postal Poetry site, Michelle. Ingrid’s piece is exquisite, isn’t it?
Dana, thank you and Dave for the effort and time it’s taken to put up the work.
Postal Poetry has been one of my great discoveries of the year. The marriage of words and images really excites me.
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