Writing poetry with the limited words they give you in the box of magnets is a challenge. But I like the slightly wonky effect of their crookedness.

mag poetry 1
mag poetry 2

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6 Responses to FRIDGE GRAFFITI

  1. SB says:

    Hey, you’ve got some nice poems there! Especially “I love the woman” and “for my forest”. I like them both very much.

  2. Devon says:

    My fridge poetry always ends up being X-rated. And not nearly as beautiful as yours. :)

  3. Dick says:

    Come on, Dave, own up. How many sets did you have to buy before you manged to generate these charmers? I echo Devon – our fridge is covered with scatological nonsense.

  4. Cindy says:

    The magnets may be wonky but the poetry is superb.

  5. David Jones says:

    How did you get those tags to stick on skin?

  6. Dave Pollard says:

    Thanks everyone. Just one set, Dick — although I was tempted to buy the ‘add-on’ set for dog owners. I think the key is to put the magnets low down on the fridge where it’s too much trouble for everyone except the grand-daughter to play with them. David — I confess we have the only almond colour fridge still in existence ;-)

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