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from the Humorous Writings of William Fenton Tyree, Sr.
Men tell us how to row a boat, Who never saw the sea Or how to hive a stinging swarm Who never saw a bee. Men try to teach us how to sing Who never saw a staff Their awkward efforts only being A chuckle or a laugh. I pity those, who, standing by, Attempt to tell us how Who never dared attempt to try, And never will know how. These men who stand around and say, "He didn't do it right," Who argue with you all the day, But never match a fight. I listen with profound respect To those who know the way But have no time to waste upon The critics round-de-lay. I like a man who "bucks the line" Or "takes it on the chin" Whose words are small, whose acts are fine Who's fighting hard to win.
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