draining

draining

Source: Waring, George E. Draining for Profit, and Draining for Health. New York, NY, 1867. 

draining
a condition, more or less clear,
always unmistakable

sometimes standing
dark wet streaks
when dry sometimes
a fluttering distress
curling, cracking, feeble
spindling, shivering

winter stretched its crown
the quarantinerank growth
dank miasmatic fogs

recognize these indications
of the drainer
remove the causes

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2 Comments

  1. Ashley

     /  January 27, 2014

    Nice.

    Reply
  2. I found the source:

    Waring, George E. Draining for Profit, and Draining for Health. New York, NY, 1867. Available at Project Gutenberg.

    An invaluable resource for those looking to get rich quick by draining.

    Reply

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