The Book Of Antiquities
At first glance, one would most certainly pass it by,
For it looked as though it has no merit.
The binding is tattered and torn,
worn and weathered, decayed from abuse.
Its pages have been yellowed and stained,
Bearing the soiled prints of dull fingers
having carelessly caressed the pages through the years.,
doubtlessly seeking the answers for endless questions unresolved.