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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

UTF Unable To Forward

Playing around with my phone apps....My poem inspired me♫♪


UTF…Unable To Forward

The stamp said Forever
But Lady Liberty let me down.
Hand scribbled, “U T F”
Across the name of the town.

Just a catch-up note
No romance, no plea to be with me.
But I was caught by surprise, a jolt
To find no address, no remedy.

What do I do with it now?
Tear it, toss it, tack it up?
Terminating  seems so final, kapow!

So the letter lies forgotten
In the pile of lists to-do
Until one day a text comes, unbidden
“Hey, what’s up with you?”





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16 comments:

  1. Interesting treatment of the letters! I like the way you have emphasized the stamps!!

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  2. Liberty and equality...interesting!

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  3. Neat pictoglyphs ~ and great post for U ~ ^_^

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  4. Yes, excellent composition with letters, exquisite ...!

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  5. love it! Just like Rocky Mt. Woman! {:-Deb

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  6. Interestin "U" post. It reminds me of a conversation I had with someone just the other day about the fact that letter writing is almost dead. I think we need to resurrect the art of letter writing. It's so wonderfully personal.

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  7. Letter writing: a lost art indeed.

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  8. I love it too. It's sad that writing letters and sending greeting cards is dying.

    Thanks for joining OYGIF.

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  9. I like the poem.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog for OYGIF.

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  10. This is so cool! I love the digital artwork and how you tied it in with your whimsical poem. Blessings!

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  11. I like the treatment very much. Great u post.

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  12. Heisann!

    Great- both words and illustration ;:OD)

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  13. I always roll my eyes inwardly at the name of the 'forever' stamps.

    I did NOT, however, roll my eyes at your artistic interpretation. You, my dear, are quite cool.

    Unlike the US postal services at the moment!

    Thanks for a fUn link for the letter "U".

    A+

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