Poetry of Kansas
 

Lines In A Dictionary.

A FEAST of words collected here doth lie,
A wondrous feast of twenty-six rare courses;
A modest taste of each is all that I
May hope to take, yet Nature's ardent forces,
With every morsel, hungrier than before,
Unsatisfied call lustily for more.

__Albert Bigelow Paine.

 
Rhymes by Two Friends
Albert Bigelow Paine & William Allen White
(Fort Scott: M. L. Izor and Son. 1893)
Page 33
 
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