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Tribute to Light Verse

“The hunter crouches in his blind

‘Neath camouflage of every kind

And conjures up a quacking noise

To lend allure to his decoys.

This grown-up man, with pluck and luck, 48 more words

Stuff 'n' Nonsense

Is those things arms or is they legs?

Tell me, O Octopus, I begs, Is those things arms, or is they legs. I marvel at thee, Octopus. If I were thou, I’d call me Us.

Ogden Nash

Scuba Diving

A STASH OF OGDEN NASH (8/19/02--5/19/71)

He was born and bred in the town of Rye
Which is said to be in the state of N. Y.
His forebears, ’tis writ, founded Nashville, Tennessee…. 251 more words


The Door

“A door is what a dog is perpetually on the wrong side of.” ~ Ogden Nash

Jeanna from Sniff Seattle
Walk. Play. Love.
(206) 478-5183… 15 more words


The Turtle by Odgen Nash

Since the first time I read poetry by Ogden Nash in the fourth grade, I do believe he has been my favorite poet.  His irreverent style and creative use of words reflect my inner bard.   91 more words


“To keep your marriage brimming, With love in the loving cup, Whenever you’re wrong, admit it; Whenever you’re right, shut up. “

—Ogden Nash, poet (1902-1971).

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Thought For Today

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"You Can't Kill an Oriole"

Poet Ogden Nash, a Baltimore resident from 1934 until his death in 1971, immortalized the Baltimore Oriole’s in his poem “You Can’t Kill an Oriole.” In the poem, Willie Keeler runs through Baltimore announcing that “The Orioles are back!” We couldn’t agree more and can’t wait to see what the season has in store. 123 more words

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