Lee Turner

Life In The Page

Wonderful it is to me, to see a book thats writ,
with sense of upheld elegance, and otherworldly wit.
The words and prose, of writers gone, but rarely writers living.
fills me with a sense of joy, these books just keep on giving.

But how I feel about these words, is rarely worth expressing
it is the style of written word, which i find most impressing.
J. R. Tolkien had a gift, Charles Dickens had the same.
But William Shakespeare, above them both, would put them all to shame.

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