PoetryIssue 22 | April 2015

Five poems from Shoshauna Shy

What the Postcard Didn't Say - #20

Eddy’s wife is at Hospice
but after she goes
Eddy’s buying a yacht
and sailing to Alaska
I love you Helen
but can you spell
J-E-A-L-O-U-S ?

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About the author

Shoshauna Shy remembers her travels in Scotland, Ireland, England, Canada, and the United States best by whatever book of poetry she was reading at the time she was there. Her fourth collection, What the Postcard Didn’t Say received an Outstanding Achievement Award from the Wisconsin Library Association. She’s a founder of Poetry Jumps Off the Shelf.

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Holland by Rick Mullin
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The Value of Small Money by Megan Hallinan
Screensaver by Sandra Larson
Thirty Cents by Tommy McAree
Gokarna by Kate McCahill
Going Places by Rachel Miller-Howard
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