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Category: Funny Epigrams Poems
       Classic humorous and funny poems. An epigram is a pithy saying or remark to express an idea in an amusing way, short and satirical with witty endings.

  AN EPITAPH  

A lovely young lady I mourn in my rhymes:
She was pleasant, good-natured, and civil sometimes.
Her figure was good: she had very fine eyes,
And her talk was a mixture of foolish and wise.
Her adorers were many, and one of them said,
"She waltzed rather well! It's a pity she's dead!"

                                                         George John Cayley.


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