||John Bannister Tabb
|John Bannister Tabb (1845-1909)was an accomplished poet and educater, born near Richmond, Virginia.
|In winter's cold and summer's heat
The hospitable chimneys greet
Their never-failing guests;
For when the sparks are upward gone,
The swallows downward come anon,
To build their neighboring nests.
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