Written by PP Rega

Monday, 12 September 2011

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A Limericke about the Incompatibility of Medical Intelligence with Nurses Adorned with Blonde Locks on the Occasion of a Major Scandal that Erupted in The Royal Hospital of Maladies Odd-And-Unusual:

Presented in Its Entirety by the Poet Laureate on the Mundane, the Preposterous, and the Absurd: Sir Percival Blink, Esq. to His Most Excellent, Gracious Majesty, Pasquale II, as He Recovers from The Foot of Athletes.

There once was a fair young nurse
Who was asked when her patient grew worse?
"When he began to spew
Was when I got my first clue
But by then he was in the back of the hearse."

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