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Poem #2

by | Apr 2, 2016 | poetry | 4 comments

This one turned out to be some quasi-Nietzschean doggerel. The typewriter is a 1938 Rheinmetall with italic typeface and simulated woodgrain finish. I’ll show it on the blog soon.

4 Comments

  1. Bill M

    I've not been keeping up with my blog reads. Nice poems. I did not know there was a month set aside for poetry. Now to get off of my weird schedule and maybe try one before the end of the month.

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  2. Anonymous

    Lovely doggerel. I can't wait to see your Rheinmetall in full. I love the glimpse of bone-colored keys.

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  3. Joe V

    Wonderful poem, Richard. I do think you should be creating more poetry for your blog.

    Tell me, where do you get the airmail stationery?

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  4. Don Lampert

    All this creativity in our midst…..it's inspiring. And Nick T is off the find the Naumann, Erika, Robotron factory in Dresden! …..and more.
    Also waiting to see the Rheinmetall!

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