Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Handwriting Two



HANDWRITING

Here is a little handy hint
About the letters that you print
Or write in flowing arty style,
Gauging each curve and loop the while.
Let us have a look at SIZE.
Read this and you'll become more wise
Judging every scribbled note
That a friend or enemy wrote.
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Large writing marks the self reliant,
Not the modest and compliant.
Active restless, easy-going,
Rarely faltering or slowing.
Extroverts who're never shy,
Always reaching for the sky.
But they can be over-bearing,
If so, others find them wearing!
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Small-sized writers think a lot,
Like to cogitate and plot,
Academics often write
In a style that's rather tight.
If the writing's very small
With hardly any height at all
The writer may be in his shell.
It's hard to know him very well.
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As for the medium-size, they're fine,
So well-balanced that they shine.
Bold enough to stand their ground
But they don't bully those around.
Shy enough to be reserved
And get the praise that's so deserved.
In a personality test
The middle-ground can be the best.
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Large.
Small.

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An interesting signature here:

1 comment:

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

Now that so many use typescript, replacing handwritten letters, is it possible to tell character by
the way the writer phrases, spells, punctuates, uses the language, etc. I wonder?