Sound Familiar? For Bill Smith

Poem By ivor or ivor.e hogg

such wonders and marvels
come from these fingertips
and you're left
in a big ol' pile of awe.

This however
is just a reminder.

Comments about Sound Familiar? For Bill Smith

ah, the clever end that i was talking about with your poem about killer pimento...

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