Two members of the Typewriter Rodeo returned to Boston Public Radio with their infamous rhyme-on-demand segment. Poets Genna Rose and Sean Petrie joined Jim and Margery to write a poem in 90 seconds on a topic of their choosing.
Rose and Petrie will be performing their quick poem-typewriting skills at the Nantucket Book Festival this weekend.
Sean Petrie: What really happened in the Comey-Trump meeting?
"Oh when that door closed and Trump leaned in,
He had that devily, crazy grin,
Come on Comey just go a little lax,
And lets hide all the info about my late taxes."
Genna Rose: Why are you not Tom Hanks?
"There are lands where I have not been lost,
Plains which have lofted me skywards and not dropped me into the cup of the sea,
I have looked to my hands and found them my own,
Hands which move through cool air in spring without landing in the same spaces as you,
Far off a horizon away."