**** ROTATE **** **** ROTATE **** **** ROTATE **** **** ROTATE ****

Find this Story

Print, a form you can hold

Wireless download to your Amazon Kindle

Look for a summary or analysis of this Poem.

Enjoy this? Share it!

Subtlety (song)
by [?]


Whilst little Paul, convalescing, was staying
Close indoors, and his boisterous classmates paying
Him visits, with fresh school-notes and surprises,–
With nettling pride they sprung the word “Athletic,”
With much advice and urgings sympathetic
Anent “Athletic exercises.” Wise as
Lad might look, quoth Paul: “I’ve pondered o’er that
‘Athletic,’ but I mean to take, before that,
Downstairic and outdooric exercises.”