The Qwerty keyboard was not made for 
poets — its design was a convenient way to 
keep the most commonly used letters playing 
nicely with each other and the type bars from 
becoming lovingly entangled in their moment.

If a poet had designed the key locations, 
a simple glissando across the home row 
of letters would have created something 
wonderful all on its own — repeating letters 
if need be —

becoming lovingly entangled

for example, that might not be too bad,
another place to start.

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