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P is for Packrat – Rhymed Acrostics A to Z



P is for Packrat – Rhymed Acrostics A to Z

Perhaps you have piles of parcels and trunks of trinkets and have procrastinated about putting them aside. Maybe you understand.

Packrat



Poking through a pile of crates,

Ancient treasures, gifted greats.

Contemplating what to toss,

Keeping diamonds, losing dross.

Recognizing heirloom’s bluff –

After all, enough’s enough.

Tomorrow I can stow this stuff.
c2013 by Linda Ann Nickerson



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Attic by Luther Daniels Bradley 
 1916 
Library of Congress
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2 comments:

  1. delightful acrostic

    yep the pack rat in me nodding its head

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