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    Title of the Poem: “Underrated Books”

    Poet: Dawid Burnus

    You are seen like underrated books

    Rich detail inside but judged by the cover’s looks

    The only thing they read from you is the title name

    Unaware there is a story that isn’t lame

    Flip through the pages, you’ll see nothing great

    But pay attention and you’re in for the bait

    Do not pay much regards to the title

    For what is found inside is what’s really vital

    They say a room without books is like a body without a soul

    Everyone has something inside them that plays an important role

    Books are an uniquely, portable magic

    Same with people, not knowing them well enough can be tragic

    Leaving a bookmark can save your progress

    It takes a step at a time to know one’s full express

    So when you see an untouched book in the corner of a shelf

    Never underestimate itself

    Because it might be your most favorite read

    People are just the same indeed

    The body or the name doesn't cause much affection

    It’s their story that makes a connection
    Last edited by DawidBurnus; 01-10-2015, 01:41 PM.

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    I apologize for any grammatical and spacing errors. Keep in note that I didn't do this intentionally and it shouldn't get in the way of your reading and comprehending this poem.

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