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Stack Boy

By John I. Blair

Big for a boy
At six feet and an inch
And old at twenty-one,
I sweated a summer
In the library stacks
And found out first-hand
That accumulated knowledge
Is a weighty thing,
With literature by the load
And prose by the pound.
While I didnít lose
My love for learning,
I altered my attitude
About librarians.

© 3/15/2002 John I. Blair  

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