A Postcard poem

a poem by Westly Alexander Shaw, USA

Many beautiful picture in far away places.
Shaped like a rectangle and in choice of
rainbow colors. And made of cardboard.
About the size of a child's hand.
What one do I chose?
The blue one with a picture of the sea,
so you know where I am. A picture of
white form as the cool ocean roars loudly
as if a lion around me.
Fifty cents a piece, and a seventy five cent for a
stamp. These are not the good-old days.
When stamps were less then the postcard.
The card a tiny bit sticky and smells of my
peppermint sticks, that I wish you were here to share.
I send it to you letting you know I am thinking of you.

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