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Poetry Clock

On the hour, a poem
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Analogue Display

Pre-Programmed Hourly Poems

Expansion Slot For 'Poem Cards', so that you can have a variety of poems played, coming in various themes (love, death, etc), and in compilations of poets (Shakespeare, Chaucer, Milligan).

A microphone to record your own poetry, should you wish.

An off button, so that poetry isn't being read allowed at inpromptue moments.

tyskland, Nov 19 2002

Bird call clock http://www.birdandy...door/bird-clock.htm
Random bird calls on the hour. [krelnik, Oct 04 2004]

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       I've seen bird call clocks (see link), these have a light sensor that deactivates the sound at night.
krelnik, Nov 19 2002

       Yeah, but that will only do if you live in a relatively sunny climate. The nights are already drawing in at 4 o'clock and earlier in Norge.
tyskland, Nov 19 2002

       Why not? Because that is your idea. Go, run with it, run like the wind, and post, post, post with the guidance of providance, and make it the greatest idea, that the world has ever seen!
tyskland, Nov 19 2002

       Can we have Poe at midnight?   

       Coming soon, TPPCPPC Poetry and Tagline Clocks...
RayfordSteele, Nov 19 2002

       That could be one of the expansion cards 'Midnight Macabre'
tyskland, Nov 19 2002

       My parents have a clock with a picture of a different composer at each number - when the hour strikes a short piece of classical music from that particular composer is played.
Helium, Nov 19 2002

       *so that poetry isn't allowed to be read aloud at impromptu [sic] moments
notexactly, Dec 07 2019


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