Poet Edward Lear

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Limerick:There Was A Young Lady Of Sweden

There was a Young Lady of Sweden,
Who went by the slow rain to Weedon;
When they cried, 'Weedon Station!'
She made no observation
But thought she should go back to Sweden.

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