Free Local Midwestern Poetry, By Terry Scott Niebeling
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My name is Terry Scott Niebeling. Poet. Thinker. Human being. I am whatever you think I am, if that suits who you are in judging. Thank you.
I like your poetry very much. Good Work!
Thank you so much.
Terry,Thank you for your poetry.
I enjoyed On the Campus Connector.
I also take public transit, the T.
You inspired me to write the poem below:
Compared to the T,
A tin of sardines sounds nice,
I’d eat to make space.
Regards, michael penfield.
I am honored. Keep up the good words!
Thank you for reading,
Hey! I’m in Bruininks Hall on the first floor right now, within sight of your “unadulterated” poetic note.
I’m new to the “Minneapolis Scene” and figure that somebody straightforward enough to post their URL on one of the whiteboards would be someone worth having coffee with.
I know that there must be venues for the spoken word, not too far off campus, but I do not know where to look.
My email is supplied within the information of this post. It is the best way to contact me.
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