Ode to a book

January 26, 2012
By Monica Rashmi BRONZE, San Antonio, Texas
Monica Rashmi BRONZE, San Antonio, Texas
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You don’t share your treasure with everybody,




Children who dream of you draw alphabets with sticks on mud,








Literacy is not only a luxury; it is a right and a responsibility ,









Because enlightenment is a small part of the things you impart!





































You are my best friend, a wise advisor and the most patient teacher,
























No, ignorance is not bliss, for you are the light at the end of a tunnel,























When hands curve around that round thin stick of wood mightier than a sword,
























It changes the world because today a reader, tomorrow a leader

The author's comments:
I'm fascinated by what role education plays in our life. We don't understand the value of it because we have it. Ask the children who dream of education.

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