I had the month of July to send out four postcards as part of an exchange arranged by Amy Souza of Spark: art from writing: writing from art. Unlike the Spark challenge, the creation of our postcard art is not dependent on an inspiration piece. I decided to go with the broad topic of summer treats. Here are the four postcards I sent:
Summer watermelon is always a treat, but not as much fun as it was in the "olden" days before the seedless and personal-size varieties came along!
watermelon-- the fun
bred right out of it
of sweetness and salt
The following one actually started out to be about clam chowder! Funny how things change along the way.
my mother always said
"patience is a virtue"
Here's the sign as it appeared on the chowder vendor's window:
No explanation for this one is necessary. By the end of August you can substitute the word peach for blueberry!
muffins pie bread oatmeal jam
Now go visit Donna at Mainely Write. I wouldn't be surprised if she has some Maine blueberry poems in her files!