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The Bibliomiser Post by :kdwashere Category :Poems Author :John Kendrick Bangs Date :June 2011 Read :1257

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The Bibliomiser

HE does not read at all, yet he doth hoard
Rich books. In exile on his shelves they’re stored;
And many a volume, sweet and good and true,
Fails in the work that it was made to do.
Why, e’en the dust they’ve caught since he began
Would quite suffice to make a decent man!

(The end)
John Kendrick Bangs's poem: Bibliomiser

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