Bert Leston Taylor Simple Poems

  • 1.
    I cannot tell you how I love
    The canvases of Mr. Dove,
    Which Saturday I went to see
    In Mr. Thurber's gallery.
  • 2.
    It was a gentle sawbones and his name was Doctor Brown.
    His auto was the terror of a small suburban town.
    His practice, quite amazing for so trivial a place,
    Consisted of the victims of his homicidal pace.
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