Ode, To Be A Well, Read Book. - Poem by Michael Gale
Oh to be a best wished tale...
Oh so fresh and not too stale.
I am a book read by many...
I am not able to eat meatballs and spaghetti.
Oh, only if i had a brain or a tummy...
Then i'd never be known as a dummy.
Oh to be lent out to many readers...
I am so nutritious to the hungry, learning eaters.
I would like to be absorbed to the human brain...
Like an antacid pill to the human tummy, relieving
the unintelligent, underfed pain.
This book would feed the human mind...
Just for the betterment of all humankind.
Oh to be a much needed learning book...
To instill good honest habits, unlike
a lying car saleman, that is a dishonest cheating, crook.
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