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Death of a Shop Worker

The poet, James Whitcomb Riley, has a poem in which he tells of the death of a worker in a shop. He pictures his fellow workmen standing around on the day of his funeral talking about him. One man, tears in his eyes after saying some complimentary things, added, “When God made him, I bet He didn’t do anything else that day just set around and feel good.”

Morning Glory, January 8, 1994

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