Ogden Nash Comments (37)

He found that rhyme is needed all the thyme But rhythm ythm!
poem that ends because in spring I get hay fever
Poem about “lamas” that mentions three kinds: a one el lama (holy one) , a two el llama (animal) , and a three el lama (3 alarmer) . Can you find it?
I am looking for the source of “you stop in to have a few beers, the next thing you know there go 37 years.” Sounds like Nash and I’m almost sure it is but can’t find it.
I remember an fitting editorial epitaph, all good things must come to pass... and so it is with Ogden Nash I think he would have liked that.
I love the work of Ogden Nash. I would like to read a Poem About New York City that I found to be Homorous
i also hate poetry and i m seeig this for my classwork
Some one mentioned that Ogden Nash wrote a poem about his daughter Linell. It would have been in the 50's? Can anyone confirm this? If it is true does anyone know where I could find it please as i would love to read it. Many thanks.
opening line is 'Adolecence Adolecence How I love thine incandescence 'and the last line is: I'd like to be present `I must confess, when thine own adolecents adolesce
When I was at school in the 1960s we had an arts competition and I read a poem by Ogden Nash. I’m sure it was called ‘The English Language’ and had a line ‘a jumper is a thing you wear and a jumper has to leap’. Unfortunately I can’t find any trace of it anywhere. Can anyone else recall it? If so, where can I find a copy.