In a Bleak Year-End Mood, the Poet Tips His Hat to a 16th Century Colleague


  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous January 2, 2011 at 7:44 pm .

    ARE WE TWINS? or<br />Blood-Brother&#39;s?<br /><br />I bought me a BRAND KNEW 1966 Chevy<br />Belle Aire sex cylinder 3hree speed<br /><br />took out the back seat cut through to the trunk<br />built a 4&#39; x&#39; 8&#39; plywood platform<br /> &amp; as soon as I finished getting my &quot;education&quot; at U of Md<br /> June of 67 &#39;split for a drive

  2. Joseph Hutchison
    Joseph Hutchison January 2, 2011 at 7:33 pm .

    My Rambler seats folded back flat too! I traded the car in for a &#39;65 Chevy Malibu before I ever got to use them creatively. The Chevy gave rise to a number of awkward situations in which I found myself pining for those Rambler seats….

  3. Ed Baker
    Ed Baker January 1, 2011 at 6:47 pm .

    my best friend<br />Freddie Schwartz had a Rambler Rebel<br /><br />like a 1958<br /><br />push-button trans shifter..<br /><br />the front seats&#39; back folded back to make an almost queen-sized bed.<br /><br />he covered the seats with clear plastic<br />as<br />we-all used to borrow it to go with<br /><br />&quot;what&#39;s her name&quot;<br />to the Queenstown Drive-In over on Ager Road!<br

  4. Joseph Hutchison
    Joseph Hutchison January 1, 2011 at 6:34 pm .

    Hah! A Nash Rambler was my first beater. (I had three.) Boxy, oatmeal-colored, three on the tree, red vinyl seats stolen (maybe) from the neighborhood Chuckwagon diner, an engine just slightly north of a Volkswagen&#39;s. I sometimes wonder where if finally came to rest!

  5. vazambam
    vazambam January 1, 2011 at 7:06 am .

    I must let you know,<br />This is one <br /><br />Helluva Nashe Rambler, Joe!

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