Postcard Poem: Towards the Stars

The poems on these postcards are all by writers who live or lived in Scotland. They were produced for National Poetry Day in Scotland, which occurs in early October each year. The cards are distributed free to schools and public libraries. I think it’s a brilliant idea, and will be posting a card every week until they run out.

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star

The poems on these postcards are all by writers who live or lived in Scotland. They were produced for National Poetry Day in Scotland, which occurs in early October each year. The cards are distributed free to schools and public libraries. I think it’s a brilliant idea, and will be posting a card every week until they run out.

Postcard Poem: Little star

The poems on these postcards are all by writers who live or lived in Scotland. They were produced for National Poetry Day in Scotland, which occurs in early October each year. The cards are distributed free to schools and public libraries. I think it’s a brilliant idea, and will be posting a card every week until they run out.

Postcard Poem: Escape at Bedtime

The poems on these postcards are all by writers who live or lived in Scotland. They were produced for National Poetry Day in Scotland, which occurs in early October each year. The cards are distributed free to schools and public libraries. I think it’s a brilliant idea, and will be posting a card every week until they run out.

Postcard Poem: Breakfast at Tiffany’s

The poems on these postcards are all by writers who live or lived in Scotland. They were produced for National Poetry Day in Scotland, which occurs in early October each year. The cards are distributed free to schools and public libraries. I think it’s a brilliant idea, and will be posting a card every week until they run out.

Postcard Poem: Acrostic

I’m not entirely sure this works. The idea is to superimpose one of my poems on a blah and touristy photo of Campbeltown. The inspiration is the series of postcard poems I posted earlier in the year. Is the text too difficult to read, and is the fact it covers up details of the photo a problem? The photo is meant to be a bit naff.

I’d welcome some constructive feedback. Thanks.