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Pith & vinegar: An anthology of short humorous poetry

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Hardcover, 158 pages
Published January 1st 1969 by Not Avail
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Kathy Ferrell
Wonderful, laugh out loud funny poems and limericks. One of my favorites was written by a seven year old..."I see your heiney, cha cha cha, it's nice and shiny, cha cha cha..." Can't tell the rest, but very funny!
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