The Charm of Life.
(After Longfellow.) Tell me not that advertising Is at best an empty dream, For its charm is more surprising Than its base traducers deem. And whichever way thou turnest Thou wilt find upon the whole, Those who advertise in earnest Soonest reach the wished for goal. Wouldst thou save regret and sorrow For good prospects thrown away 1 Never wait, then, till to-morrow ; Always advertise to-day. Advertise, then ! time is fleeting ! All the wealth this side the grave That is ever worth the meeting It will bring if thou be brave. Try the charm of advertising, And avert a meaner fate ; Be ye ever enterprising ; Learn to advertise and wait.
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