With Respect to the Palmer Method, and: Dear Diary, Betty Offield, 1925, and: Diary With Fishhooks, and: Specialty, and: Surfaces, Central Valley, 109°

With Respect to the Palmer Method, and: Dear Diary, Betty Offield, 1925, and: Diary With... WITH RESPECT TO THE PALMER METHOD/ handwriting course, 1920s useless useless useless useless enough to please the flintiest judge. Why not badge, ridge, hedge, fudge, pledge (should a quill fledge). A girl might splurge, in private, and round a strict stroke; a boy --a studious life would practice this might coach himself in the feminine -ess of use. She might become the feminine stress of useless. One day they're charged with coiling ink bales of wire. Hands roll so fast they don't see the barbs. Is part of them verb? Is all? A tumbleweed's botanical grandstand, a scribble's wonderland penned on wind. Make ten revolutions in one place: Can they embrace such politics and still compose a civil invitation? Never channel a heavy line. Light lines, light lines. Tremblers need speed. Stern ideals ask allegiance: If your fingers pinch the penholder, scold them, say "Naughty fingers, stop pinching, just hold it," until they behave. Be earnest, be faithful. Tremblers need speed. The Missouri Review · 78 Clean hands will not smudge. Glide on your fingernails. I write with my large muscles. Quebec is a very quaint city. Write well by sitting well. Youth is the time to learn. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Missouri Review University of Missouri

With Respect to the Palmer Method, and: Dear Diary, Betty Offield, 1925, and: Diary With Fishhooks, and: Specialty, and: Surfaces, Central Valley, 109°

The Missouri Review, Volume 20 (3) – Oct 5, 1997

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WITH RESPECT TO THE PALMER METHOD/ handwriting course, 1920s useless useless useless useless enough to please the flintiest judge. Why not badge, ridge, hedge, fudge, pledge (should a quill fledge). A girl might splurge, in private, and round a strict stroke; a boy --a studious life would practice this might coach himself in the feminine -ess of use. She might become the feminine stress of useless. One day they're charged with coiling ink bales of wire. Hands roll so fast they don't see the barbs. Is part of them verb? Is all? A tumbleweed's botanical grandstand, a scribble's wonderland penned on wind. Make ten revolutions in one place: Can they embrace such politics and still compose a civil invitation? Never channel a heavy line. Light lines, light lines. Tremblers need speed. Stern ideals ask allegiance: If your fingers pinch the penholder, scold them, say "Naughty fingers, stop pinching, just hold it," until they behave. Be earnest, be faithful. Tremblers need speed. The Missouri Review · 78 Clean hands will not smudge. Glide on your fingernails. I write with my large muscles. Quebec is a very quaint city. Write well by sitting well. Youth is the time to learn.

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