When man had steel to span a roof
they needed many rivets,
which then became inventors’ proof
in some constructions’ pivots.

Train stations, bridges, market halls
were built in steel with vault.
For high society’s great balls
steel works were still at fault.

Fine masonry was good enough
and artists to refine.
Ceilings and walls couldn’t be rough
to show off their design.

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