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A Lady Who Thinks She Is Thirty

Unwillingly Miranda wakes,
Feels the sun with terror,
One unwilling step she takes,
Shuddering to the mirror.

Miranda in Miranda’s sight… 100 more words


Fleas by Ogden Nash

Had ‘em.

A little levity for tax day eve when you discover you haven’t written down either your password or the answers to your security questions. 42 more words


Spring Comes to Murray Hill

I sit in an office at 244 Madison Avenue

And say to myself you have a responsible job havenue?

Why then do you fritter away your time on this doggerel? 134 more words


April birthdays

Today is my birthday!!! In honor of that, I have chosen Ogden Nash’s poem about marrying girls born in April!

Always Marry An April Girl… 43 more words


April 6 – Day Six: SUNDAY SILLY (part i) [Nonsense poems - The Limerick]

I’ve decided that each Sunday I’m going to have a bit of fun (hence Sunday Sillies).

As a child I loved reading Edward Lear, Lewis Carroll (obviously), Ogden Nash’s children’s poems & nonsense poems general. 1,388 more words


Celebrating National Poetry Month!

by Kimberley Thomas | April 1, 2014

April is National Poetry Month—a celebration to promote the awareness and appreciation of poetry!

Many writers commemorate National Poetry Month by participating in a creative poetry-writing project called the… 162 more words

The Weasel

There are many creatures like the weasel,
Who are seldom painted on an easel,
But to mention this to the rodent
Would be deemed very improdent. 27 more words