FOUNTAIN PEN THREAD SIRS
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Hey /lit/, rarely frequent this board but I do enjoy writing and especially writing elegantly. I've come into some cash lately with a job promotion and decided to indulge my habits a little further with the purchase of a fine writing instrument. Right now, I write with either a Lamy Safari or a Pilot Vanishing Point but I have a budget of about 800 dollars and was looking for something that has a bit more class.
Looking at MB, I read good things, but like I said this isn't something I'm going to be able to do often and if the quality is poor and it breaks within 5 years I'm shit out of luck and left only with bittersweet memories of that really nice fucking pen that I once had. Amazon reviews mentioned how it wasn't the nicest writer but it was a solid pen, that in mind, I only recognize MB purely of brandname, what are some decent alternatives?
My only real requirements are that I really, -really-, like the sweeping style of the nib on the MB and I'd like a vintage-esque class similar to that.
To advocate other discussion, feel free to talk about fountain pens and writing in general guys and what inks you like using. I honestly have never been on this specific board before but I assume you guys know a thing or two about this, and if not, well, my mistake!
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Hey Guys. I wrote a poem. Check it.
The second in his own preoccupation,
with social power and though
the reader has to avoid confusing principles,
with the convictions of which critics have often
given contrary opinions.
Some see the premises of socialist thinking
or the romantic dimension,
despite connecting the world with an eulogy on nature,
peace and poetry.
None of its character appears elsewhere.
a vigil in the armies of the material,
began but never finished.