“This” is a word that letters built.
This is a sentence built from words that letters built.
This a poem constructed from sentences that words made of letters built.
Books are collections of poems and other literature, works of fiction and nonfiction,
originating from oodles of pregnant sentences conceived from letter-begotten words.
Libraries are castles of magic whose foundations are not concrete and steel but books
penned by mages and seers who conjure spellbinding stories, both fanciful and true,
filled with fey ideas and dazzling diction summoned from sensationalist sentences
written with wondrous words lifted from letters well past your idlest imagination.
Now I will divulge a secret. The world is full of miracles,
marvels that we call libraries. And this… this is a library!