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Groggery Tirade "Grog" Gibbonman was hailed by his contemporaries as a master of poetic rhythm. His collections of verse have been published in 165 languages. Of particular note are his nursery rhymes, the first printed edition of which was presented to the young sons of Sultan Aleksivus III via messenger as an act of war.
Chomping Teeth and Chattering Teeth
Were hired by the town police
As temporary deputies.
All the creatures came to see a human at the fair.
“Come gander at this specimen so strange!” they hollered there.
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During the tumultuous Jacquelinian era, no fabulist or faerie-tailor was more esteemed than Groggery Tirade "Grog" Gibbonman.
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