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Some would say that as humans do age
that they will not so often engage
in enjoyment of sex
which is just a reflex,
as the world is a sticky-beak stage.

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I was sitting with Trade in the shade,
drinking passionfruit lemonade,
said he lemons on ice
is my only true vice
said I mine's getting laid by the maid.

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I once saw an albino kangaroo,
Beside a tasmanian devil at the Melbourne zoo!
A koala was there,
While a wombat combed the hair,
Of that snowy white cute kangaroo!

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Edward Lear

There was an Old Person of Ems,
Who casually fell in the Thames;
And when he was found
They said he was drowned,
That unlucky Old Person of Ems

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There is a young toff from The Fens
Who's monocle has a warped lens;
At driving his car
On the straight, he's just par
But boy is he good on the bends.

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Edward Lear

There was an Old Man who, when little,
Fell casually into a Kettle;
But, growing too stout,
He could never get out,
So he passed all his life in that Kettle.

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There was this fellow from Rabat
who thought himself a rabbit
it took quite a while -
but he got convinced alright
that only in Jamaica can rabbit become Rabat.

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There once was a poet called Brown
Who liked getting his ideas down
At rhyme he was Swell
Which is just as well
As free form and prose made him frown

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There once was a man from Lorraine
Who was born with a dynamic brain;
To no one's surprise
When it tripled in size
To move him they needed a crane.

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Edward Lear

There was an Old Lady of Prague,
Whose language was horribly vague;
When they said, 'Are these caps?'
She answered, 'Perhaps!'
That oracular Lady of Prague.

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