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  • Broadside - Mein Liebchen, Wir Sassen Zusammen by Heinrich Heine

    Christian Johann Heinrich Heine was a German poet, essayist, and critic, most known for his lyric poems set to music, and his radical social ideas which caused much of his work to be banned or burned in Nazi Germany. His poem Mein Liebchen, Wir Sassen Zusammen (My Darling, We Sat Together) is letterpress printed in the original German with the English translation in olive ink.

    All broadside leaflets are hand crafted and letterpress printed on archival stock. From recipes to poetry, prose, and quotations, Thornwillow broadsides put literature in your pocket.

    Broadside: Mein Liebchen, Wir Sassen Zusammen by Heinrich Heine

  • Broadside - Reconnais-Toi by G. Apollinaire (closed)

    Reconnais-Toi, or "This is you" is a beautiful and unique calligram by Guilaume Apollinaire dedicated to Louise de Coligny-Châtillon, his lover and muse. The romantic poem describes her loveliness, and the words themselves form her image, letterpress printed in scarlet ink.

    All broadside leaflets are hand crafted and letterpress printed on archival stock. From recipes to poetry, prose, and quotations, Thornwillow broadsides put literature in your pocket.

    Broadside: Reconnais-Toi by G. Apollinaire

  • Broadside - Sonnet 43 by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (closed)

    Sonnet 43 by Elizabeth Barrett Browning is often reffered to by its most well-known opening line, "How do I love thee?" The answer is with passion, purity, and all-encompassing sense of self. One of the most romantic poems from Elizabeth to her husband-to-be Robert Browning, letterpress printed in mulberry ink.

    All broadside leaflets are hand crafted and letterpress printed on archival stock. From recipes to poetry, prose, and quotations, Thornwillow broadsides put literature in your pocket.

    Broadside: Sonnet 43 by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

  • Broadside - Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelley (closed)

    Percy Bysshe Shelley's sonnet Ozymandias, inspired by Egyptian Pharoah Rameses II, began as a playful competition between himself and fellow writer, Horace Smith. Shelley's poem explores the ephemeral nature of great empires, and the fleeting reigns of kings and gods. Today, Ozymandias remains a lasting testament to fallible immortality, letterpress printed here in scarlet ink.

    All broadside leaflets are hand crafted and letterpress printed on archival stock. From recipes to poetry, prose, and quotations, Thornwillow broadsides put literature in your pocket.

    Broadside: Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelley

  • Broadside - Red, Red Rose by Robert Burns (closed)

    Robert Burns based Red, Red Rose on one of the folk songs heard during his travels. Red, Red Rose, letterpress printed in scarlet ink, is one of the many Scottish folk songs recorded and preserved by Burns' poetry.

    All broadside leaflets are hand crafted and letterpress printed on archival stock. From recipes to poetry, prose, and quotations, Thornwillow broadsides put literature in your pocket.

    Broadside: Red, Red Rose by Robert Burns

  • Broadside - Portrait of a Lady by William Carlos Williams (closed)

    Portrait of a Lady by William Carlos Williams delivers delightful fluctuation between confident romantic expression and the frustration of metaphor's limitations. Williams' poem is an artistic representation of both beauty and the admirable struggle to express it, letterpress printed in scarlet ink.

    All broadside leaflets are hand crafted and letterpress printed on archival stock. From recipes to poetry, prose, and quotations, Thornwillow broadsides put literature in your pocket.

    Broadside: Portrait of a Lady by William Carlos Williams

  • Broadside - Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll (closed)

    The Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll is a poem from Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There, the sequel to the equally absurd Alice in Wonderland. Famous for its use and creation of nonsense words, the Jabberwocky, letterpress printed in olive ink, is a linguistic curiosity.

    All broadside leaflets are hand crafted and letterpress printed on archival stock. From recipes to poetry, prose, and quotations, Thornwillow broadsides put literature in your pocket.

    Broadside: Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll

  • Broadside - Sonnet 116 by William Shakespeare (closed)

    William Shakespeare makes powerful declarations on what love truly is in his poem, Sonnet 116. Love is only love when it is unshakable, infallible, and unconditional. Sonnet 116 is letterpress printed in royal purple ink.

    All broadside leaflets are hand crafted and letterpress printed on archival stock. From recipes to poetry, prose, and quotations, Thornwillow broadsides put literature in your pocket.

    Broadside: Sonnet 116 by William Shakespeare

  • Broadside - Sonnet 18 by Wiliam Shakespeare (closed)

    Sonnet 18 may be the most easily recognizable of all of William Shakespeare's poems by its first line alone, "Shall I compare thee to a summers day." Enjoy the romance of Sonnet 18, letterpress printed in turquoise ink.

    All broadside leaflets are hand crafted and letterpress printed on archival stock. From recipes to poetry, prose, and quotations, Thornwillow broadsides put literature in your pocket.

    Broadside: Sonnet 18 by William Shakespeare

  • Broadside - Sonnet 17 by Wiliam Shakespeare (open)

    From the greatest dramatist of all time, William Shakespeare, we are proud to present Sonnet 17, which embraces the immortality inherent in poetry and one's children. Sonnet 17 is letterpress printed in turquoise ink.

    All broadside leaflets are hand crafted and letterpress printed on archival stock. From recipes to poetry, prose, and quotations, Thornwillow broadsides put literature in your pocket.

    Broadside: Sonnet 17 by William Shakespeare

  • Broadside - Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare

    This excerpt from William Shakespeare's classic romantic tragedy, Romeo & Juliet is from Act I, Scene V, letterpress printed in purple ink. Fall in love instantly with this passage of Romeo's description of Juliet's beauty.

    All broadside leaflets are hand crafted and letterpress printed on archival stock. From recipes to poetry, prose, and quotations, Thornwillow broadsides put literature in your pocket.

    Broadside: Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare

  • Broadside - Immer Wieder by Rainer Maria Rilke

    Rainer Maria Rilke's poetry and correspondences are marked by his intense exploration of philosophy and often mystical imagery. Rilke is particularly known for the lyricism he brought to his poems with the German Language. Immer Wieder (Again and Again) is one such poem, letterpress printed in sienna ink.

    All broadside leaflets are hand crafted and letterpress printed on archival stock. From recipes to poetry, prose, and quotations, Thornwillow broadsides put literature in your pocket.

    Broadside: Immer Wieder by Rainer Maria Rilke

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