Dianne Michele Dumas
Eames - Poem by Dianne Michele Dumas
Little rectangle on a hill
So quiet yet so De Stijl
With multi-colors shinning bright
what a magnificent sight.
For that place in time
You were ingenious by design.
A stamp in history you have made
for all designers to partake.
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