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I’ve fallen down the rabbit hole 

With "Alice in Wonderland".

I've felt myself disappear

Into Wells’ "The Invisible Man".


I became quite caught up

Within dear "Charlotte’s Web".

"A Tale of Two Cities" was so good,

I nearly lost my head.


I remember being swept away

By "The Old Man and the Sea".

Amy Tan’s "The Joy Luck Club"

I quickly read with glee.


I had a great whale of a time

With the tale of "Moby Dick".

I spent hours trying to understand

What made "The Time Machine" tick.


I devoured "Breakfast at Tiffany's"

By Truman Capote,

And thoroughly enjoyed the ride

I took with "Don Quixote".


The epic book "Gone With the Wind"

Totally blew me away.

"The Never Ending Story",

I finished without delay.


Transported by "Murder On

the Orient Express",

I also admit I'm biased towards

"Pride and Prejudice".


When I read "Catcher in the Rye"

It was the best thing since sliced bread.

I thought "The Grapes of Wrath" might be

The juiciest book I’d ever read.


I got sucked in by "Dracula",

The vampires drew me in.

Loving the book "The Scarlet Letter"

Definitely was no sin


Reading Chandler’s "The Big Sleep"

Many nights kept me awake.

"A Comedy of Errors" 

Not read sooner-my mistake!


Burrough’s book "The Naked Lunch"

Left me with reservations.

I had great hopes for Charles Dickens

And his "Great Expectations".


The places I’ve been transported

By reading a great book

Is just as wonderful as any trips

I have ever took.

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