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A Fountain, a Bottle, a Donkey's Ears, and Some Books

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Old Davis owned a solid mica mountain
In Dalton that would someday make his fortune.
There'd been some Boston people out to see it:
And experts said that deep down in the mountain
The mica sheets were big as plate-glass windows.
He'd like to take me there and show it to me.

'I'll tell you what you show me. You remember
You said you knew the place where once, on Kinsman,
The early Mormons made a settlement

And built a stone baptismal font outdoors-
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Dr Antony Theodore 16 June 2020

'To shut you up I'll tell you what I'll do: I'll find that fountain if it takes all summer, And both of our united strengths, to do it.' Great poem of Frost. tony

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Dr Antony Theodore 15 October 2019

am a guide, And that's why I can't decently refuse you.' a very fine poem. tony

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Varshini 19 April 2018

Good ,nice and I need about a cartoons, our dreams.......

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Augustus Billy Mutebesi 10 August 2016

wow... this is quite splendid!

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Asparagus Trentity 16 January 2018

Quite splendid indeed, my fellow poem lover.

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* Sunprincess * 07 May 2016

.....wonderful, those who love books truly love ?

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