Monthly Archives: August 2014

Postcard Poetry: Back in Seebach

    In Seebach once more with azure skies, bright sunshine, pine trees and mountains, the echo of cattle bells and chalets like cuckoo clocks.   The meadows invite an evening daydream until the heavens darken, the valleys reverberate,  light … Continue reading

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Postcard Poetry from Austria: Watching the World Cup

Many battles are fought on the football playing fields when opposing teams clash, and supporters wear their nations’s flags as war paint. Then in a bierkeller Austrians clink their glasses as Germany scores and French fans silently weep with blue streaks down … Continue reading

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Postcard Poetry: A Bike Fair in Austria

The future is bright, it’s Valencia Orange! So come ride with us and your life will be better, though your bank balance lighter. Girls in mini skirts and stiletto heels flutter their lashes and flirt for heroes in worn leathers: “Oh, weren’t … Continue reading

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Postcard Poetry from Kaunertal, Austria

A poem in tribute to ‘O Tannebaum’, a traditional German folk song Oh Kaunertal, oh Kaunertal How lovely are your ski slopes? All summer long I’ll sing this song And wonder at your beauty Oh Kaunertal, oh Kaunertal, How lovely … Continue reading

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