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The Craftsman

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The Craftsman

Twiddle, twiddle,
Work and whittle.
You say with wood
You have to fiddle.

Building cabinets
And turning bowls
The saw roars
And the lathe rolls.

A simple piece
Of wood we see.
You have the sight
Of what can be.

A piece of nothing
So lovingly held.
But with your tools
You soon meld.

And from your heart
Wonders appear.
Works of art
That we hold dear.

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  1. Date: 4/20/2010 12:56:00 AM
    Nice and sweet. Not bad.