Friday, 17 August 2007

Poetry Postcard from Poet with a Day Job


Melissa, Poet with a Day Job over at Contest Central was giving away poetry postcards during National Poetrty Month to people who commented first on her posts during that month. I was the lucky winner of one of the postcards and here it is! It arrived in the post yesterday and features Melissa's poem Sick. One of the postage stamps also features a butterfly! Thanks so much for the card, Melissa!

7 comments:

Joao Soares said...

Hi,Juliet Wilson
Nice poems and clues to Haiku.
Welcome to my enviroblog Bioterra.
I link your blog into my Dossier Poesia (poetry).
Greetings from Portugal.

Crafty Green Poet said...

Thanks Joao - I visited your blog, but unfortunately I can't read Portuguese! Thanks for the link!

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

That's gorgeous, CGP!!! Wow! I'm going to have to check this person out in more depth.

luis said...

Great post!

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Crafty Green Poet said...

Susan - oh do check out Melissa's two blogs - they're both very well worth reading!

Luis - you're right there - the economic side is important! Thanks for the link - the blog looks interesting.

heather (errantdreams) said...

Wow, that looks absolutely gorgeous!

poet with a day job said...

I'm so pleased you like it - and that it matches! Thanks for the shout-out!