An Endangered Thing
An endangered thing is there,
A thing which, now most of us don't care;
Many greats achieved great fame from it,
It made them brighter than the lamp when lit;
It's an important thing,
Which was precious than a diamond ring,
It gives an idea, what the person wants to tell.
It may be about heaven or hell;
Can you guess what it is?
Yes, ‘BOOKS', it is;
There are no houses without television.
Most of us push the books for bad vision;
But, there are a few
Who love reading books?
Congrats those of you
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