Please Bury me in the Library is a collection of short poems about the joys of reading. The poems are humorous and are sure to make you smile. There are a total of sixteen poems. Here are few poems from the book:
Please Bury Me in the Library:Please bury me in the library In the clean, well-lighted stacks Of Novels, History, Poetry, Right next to the Paperbacks, Where the Kids’ Books dance With True Romance And the Dictionary dozes. Please bury me in the library With a dozen long-stemmed proses. Way back by a rack of Magazines, I won’t be sad too often, If they bury me in the library With Bookworms in my coffin. A Classic A children’s book is a classic If at six, excitedly You read it to another kid Who just turned sixty-three. Flea-ting Fame Did you ever hear of the tiny book By the famous Otto the Flea, A fly-by-night, Who dared to write His Ottobiography?