(1871) a nonsense poem (=a humorous poem that uses strange words and describes impossible events) by Edward Lear which begins: The owl and the pussycat went to sea/In a beautiful pea-green boat./They took some honey and plenty of money,/Wrapped up in a five-pound note...
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