Monthly Archives: July 2014

Postcard Poetry: Missed Photo Opportunity

Ice floats drift across calm mirrors of white mountains, so ethereal, their memory inspires  my words to form worlds. Damn, I wish I took that photo!

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Postcard Poetry: A Bit of Fun for Friday

‘O sole mio! For me, it’s now or never. I’ll rise above fears, forging onwards and upwards, to move mountains from my view.

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Postcard Poetry from Stelvio, Italy

Tarmac snakes upwards; we ride through twists and turns, weaving in and out of bends past cars and bikes, to see the view from Stelvio.

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Postcard Poetry from the Reschenpass, Italy

For whom the bell tolls far along the Reschenpass a drowned clock tower points its handless face towards clouds and snow capped mountains, keeping time no more.

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Postcard Poetry from the Porsche Museum, Stuttgart

Engine ignites and purrs into action gaining momentum, acceleration. Ghost-like projection, Light digits flicker, wheels spin faster, just tyre tracks remain.

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Postcard Poetry from the Hockenheimring

Climbing the steps on The rainbow amphitheatre, palace for speed freaks to face the deafening drone, as bikes buzz like bees.

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Postcard Poetry from Koblenz, Germany

Where two rivers merge, Father Rhine and Mother Moselle, rests the city, Koblenz. As ancient and modern converge: Roman Fortresses protect new shopping precincts and a treasure trove of fountains can be discovered with a steampunk Noah’s ark, my greatest … Continue reading

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