Man Offers Free Poetry in Cleveland

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CLEVELAND -- Among the sounds of chirping birds and passing cars is the distinct clatter of a typewriter.

The machine is one of two tools Adam Harvey takes with him as he sits outside the Cleveland Public Library downtown.

The other is a sign that reads, "Poetry 4 Free."

In the video above, Fox 8 Photojournalist David Bradford shares more about Harvey's craft and the impression it leaves on Clevelanders.

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