SINCERE

When early Romans traded marble art,Deceitful dealers deftly glossed the cracksWith smooth wax-filling, but from honest martCame sculpture sine cera—"without wax";

Came statuary candid in its graces,All of one origin, unmixed and clear;Came clue whereby the skill of scholar tracesAn ancestry and aptness for sincere.

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March 7, 1953
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