Poetry of Kansas
 

A Gentleman.

He is a gallant gentleman,
      And wears the blandest smile.
His clothes are always sure to be
      In just the latest style.
His hair___cut a la brush heap,
      Hangs o'er his noble brow,
Behind, cut a la convict.
      He makes the finest bow
Of any one you ever saw,
      And takes the utmost pains
To keep his boots like mirrors.
      All, all he lacks is brains.

__Gertrude Crumb Harman

 

Poems Of Sentiment
Colfax Burgoyne Harman
(Valley Falls, Kansas: Harman Publishing. 1905)
Page 348

 
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