There once was a man from the Bronx
who lived with two educated aunts.
They made him read Nietzsche,
he found them too preachy,
and he left with a bad case of angst.
There once was an artist from Albuquerque,
whose paintings were terribly quirky.
He was quite a joker,
using umber and ochre,
but the effect was always so murky.
There once was a doctor named Nash
who would treat anyone in a flash,
but healthy or sick,
you'd die pretty quick,
if you couldn't come up with the cash.
Many opera lovers have seen a production of Wagner's Lohengrin. But very few have seen or even heard of its sequel, Highensmiling. Not surprising. It's rarely performed, consisting as it does of a cast of hundreds who lay about in an opium den in 19th century Vienna.
There once was a mortician named Fred
who was bored with embalming the dead.
He loved to converse,
but his clients were terse,
so he became a beautician instead.
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