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Twenty-Six Nonsense
Rhymes and Pictures
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r

The Rural Runcible Raven,
who wore a White Wig and flew away
with the Carpet Broom.


s

The Scroobious Snake,
who always wore a Hat on his Head, for
fear he should bite anybody.


t

The Tumultuous Tom-tommy Tortoise,
who beat a Drum all day long in the
middle of the wilderness.


u

The Umbrageous Umbrella-maker,
whose Face nobody ever saw, because it was
always covered by his Umbrella.


v

The Visibly Vicious Vulture,
who wrote some Verses to a Veal-cutlet in a
Volume bound in Vellum.


w

The Worrying Whizzing Wasp,
who stood on a Table, and played sweetly on a
Flute with a Morning Cap.


x

The Excellent Double-extra XX
imbibing King Xerxes, who lived a
long while ago.


y

The Yonghy-Bonghy-Bo,
whose head was ever so much bigger than his
Body, and whose Hat was rather small.


z

The Zigzag Zealous Zebra,
who carried five Monkeys on his back all
the way to Jellibolee.


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