Here you will find the Poem On the Importance of Being Earnest of poet Franklin P. Adams
"Gentle Jane was as good as gold," To borrow a line from Mr. Gilbert; She hated War with a hate untold, She was a pacifistic filbert. If you said "Perhaps"--she'd leave the hall. You couldn't argue with her at all. "Teasing Tom was a very bad boy," (Pardon my love for a good quotation). To talk of war was his only joy, And his single purpose was preparation. * * * * * And what both of these children had to say I never knew, for I ran away.