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  1. Michael Arau says:

    Oh my.
    The well is dry.
    Whatever shall we do?

    I dunno.
    I,d better go..
    So sorry, but the well is dry.


    Not to worry, your piece was plenty creative in itself. Go Boston.

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    1. mcfeats says:

      Looks like a poem by WC Williams. Hopefully the Bruins can dig deep for the next game.


  2. John Cooper says:

    Sincere thanks for countering the idealized narrative of popular social media! May others follow suit until everybody starts feeling okay again about their humanly flawed lives.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. mcfeats says:

      Careful, John. I might begin posting about the holes in my socks.


  3. Bill M says:

    No need for social media.

    Rain and dreary days in FL are for practice in preparation for hurricanes.

    Too bad about the typewriter repairs. Unless there is total destruction they can probably be resurrected.

    Nice Underwood.

    PS your blog always works.

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    1. mcfeats says:

      Another reminder to add flood insurance.

      The Underwood Champ types really well. I think I take my less rare typewriters for granted.


  4. joevc says:

    Well done. Keep those fingers tapping the keys,


  5. cloudytype says:

    this mirrors my day on june 8th as well, torrential rain included. your post much appreciated here šŸ™‚

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  6. joevc says:

    Of course, I live in the high desert, but I once spent some time in the Pacific Northwest, and found cigars and jazz worked well on those rainy days to inspire creativity.

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    1. mcfeats says:

      A little Lester Young. Iā€™m up for that.


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