Upon Center, A Spectacle-Maker With A Flat Nose.

A poem by Robert Herrick

Center is known weak-sighted, and he sells
To others store of helpful spectacles.
Why wears he none? Because we may suppose,
Where leaven wants, there level lies the nose.

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