Carved in Stone

by duncanr


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In the Dutch city of Utrecht, a poem is growing—one letter at a time, every week, for the past six years

Every Saturday, at around one in the afternoon, members of Utrecht’s guild of poets gather at the center of Utrecht, where the end of a long string of letters has currently reached, to carve the next letter in stone and install it in the cobblestone pavement

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One Comment to “Carved in Stone”

  1. Once a young man named O’Doul
    Found little red spots on his tool.
    He went to a clinic
    And the doctor, a cynic,
    Said, “Wipe off that lipstick, you fool!”

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