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There was an Old Man on whose nose
Edward Lear's fanastic illustration of a man with an enormous nose, with a rows of birds perched along it, accompanying the text of his nonsense verse: There was an Old Man on whose Nose most birds of the air could repose/ But they all flew away at the closing of day,/ Which relieved that Old Man and his nose. The poem is from Lear's A Book of Nonsense (1812-1888).
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