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Eiffel Tower And Ferris Wheel - Poem by Hm. Nes

Mr. Eiffel's awful tower,
'A truly tragic streetlamp, '
Paris fells you in the hour!
Purge the eyesore like a scamp!

'Wait! Atop her stands the wire-
'Saved us in the Battle Marne.
'Leave the tower despite such ire.
'Paris won't regret her scorn.'

All the world dreams now to see
Mr. Eiffel's lovely tower,
Standing proud, forgetting we
Had planned her demolition hour.

Mr. Ferris built a wheel
To rival Mr. Eiffel's tower.
Most dared not believe it real-
So high? So wide? Such power? !

What? Chicago tore it down,
Purged the eyesore from her view,
Shipped the wheel to Louis' town.
There fared the same. Chagrin beaucoup.

Dynamite brought down the wheel-
All the world denied a ride.
Ferris' wheel- a scrapped pile of steel.
Eiffel's tower- all France's pride.

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