Monday, April 1, 2013

Variations in the Animal Kingdom


No fools, no jokes today. Just good ol' poetry!



The Purist

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A Continuation on Nash

Studying the Indian Ganges life,
one day he missed his second wife.
He was informed by a wandering Tamil
that she had been crushed by a rolling camel.
The professor's face grew dimpled and merry.
"You mean," he chuckled, "a dromedary."

in volume 2 issue 1







The Purist © 1938 by Ogden Nash, First appeared in I'm a Stranger Here Myself
First published by Little, Brown & Company
Reprinted by permission of Curtis Brown, Ltd.

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