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I occasionally check the New York Times best seller list to get some ideas on which books to order from the library.
A recent addition to the list is "Dumpty", by well-known actor John Lithgow.
Here are the opening lines:
"Trumpty Dumpty wanted a wall
To stir up a rabid political brawl
His Republican rivals, both feckless an stodgy
Succumbed in the end to his rank demagogy
Dumpty's wall made no earthly sense
A boondoggle built at enormous expense
But he promised, in speeches despotic and shrill
He's make certain that Mexico footed the bill
Trumpty Dumpty kept insisting
More and more citizens started resisting
Sadly, there won't be an end to this tale
At least until reasonable people prevail"