Category Archives: Postcard Poetry August 2013

My poems published in Clover, A Literary Rag!

I am delighted to report that I have new work published in the current issue of Clover, A Literary Rag! Volume 6 ~ Winter 2013 has just been released. Clover, A Literary Rag features work by Jennifer Bullis, Jim Milstead, … Continue reading

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Celebrants

“Celebrants” is under consideration at one of my favorite literary journals! When it is published, I hope to re-post the poem here. ~ Andrew Shattuck McBride On a postcard titled “Bellingham, Washington.” Views of Whatcom Falls, Nooksack Falls, Mount Baker…. … Continue reading

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Ruins

“Ruins” is one of my favorite recent poems. “Ruins’ is under consideration at one of my favorite literary journals! When it is published, I hope to re-post the poem here. ~ Andrew Shattuck McBride On a postcard titled “Washington.” Scene … Continue reading

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Imagining Your Home (Housewarming)

“Love, love, love, that is the soul of genius.” ~ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Your new house is not a house; it is your home, a home with hearth radiating heart & warmth. Home is an incantation, an invocation of intent, … Continue reading

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Examining Room

“Examining Room” is under consideration at one of my favorite literary journals! When it is published, I hope to re-post the poem here. ~ Andrew Shattuck McBride On a postcard titled “North Cascades National Park, Washington. Mount Shuksan & Picture … Continue reading

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Notes on Barber’s Adagio for Strings

I could be downtown in Caffe Adagio or on the southside in my apartment, hear Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings & be transfixed, rooted to the spot, unable to move. The music applies bow to my heartstrings, & I am … Continue reading

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We will always have Paris… & Helen

Paris said, “Let’s do lunch.” Helen answered, “Don’t toy with me,” but it was too late. Paris misheard, whisked her away to Troy, & that wasn’t all Homer said. Let’s face it: Helen’s launched a thousand ships & a vast … Continue reading

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