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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.

  OF ALL THE MEN  

Of all the men one meets about,
    There's none like Jack--he's everywhere:
At church--park--auction--dinner--rout--
    Go when and where you will, he's there.
Try the West End, he's at your back--
    Meets you, like Eurus, in the East--
You're call'd upon for "How do, Jack?"
    One hundred times a day, at least.
A friend of his one evening said,
    As home he took his pensive way,
"Upon my soul, I fear Jack's dead--
    I've seen him but three times to-day!"

                                                 Thomas Moore.


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