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Poem by William Creech
To the Author of the Essay on Nothing, Who Was Remarkably Thin and Slender
To discern where the force of their genius lies, Often puzzles the witty, and sometimes the wise; Your discernment in this, all true critics must find, Since the subject so well suits your body and mind.
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