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There was a young man from Kerry
Who tried to escape on the ferry
Then came a phone call
He'd been left a windfall,
So he rushed back ashore in a hurry.


There was three legged table,
which makes it stable with the help of cable;
on which there was some food
where the food is kept is made of wood
at last, it broken into one leg table



There once was a dog named Annie.
She always sat on her fanny.
Her fur was brindle
Until she chewed on my kindle.
Then she licked my dear, old granny.


There once was a lass named Maddie-
who discovered a talking cow patty
that she found in the pasture-
when it suddenly asked her:
"Which way is it to Cincinnati?"

By Daniel Klawitter


There was a bold fellow named Trump
Who brought his best stuff to the stump
He was big on the telly
Til he miffed Megyn Kelly
Now he's takin it right in the rump


Once there was a dog named K-9
It drank song dangerous blue wine
It sat on the ground
Then heard a loud sound
For it never knew it was sitting on a mine


There once was a girl from the Valley
Who had a big sister named Sally
They liked to hang out
And wander about
Till their bodies were found in an alley.


There Once was A Man From New York
He Always did Love to eat Pork
He Would Shout
For he had Gout
For he Loved Pork


There once was a girl named Lucia
who liked to give us hugs,
See ya the heart it tugs,
but watch out for your mug,
cause Lucy's kisses could be mighty juicy.


There was a young farmer of Leeds
Who swallowed six packets of Seeds
It soon came to pass
He was covered with grass
And could not sit down for weeds.

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