451. The Great God Guff There was once a Simple People - (you, of course, will understand
This is just a little fable of a non-existent land) There was once a Simple People, and they had a Simple King,
452. The Austral-aise Fellers of Australier,
Blokes an' coves an' coots,Shift yer --- carcases,
453. The Lingothatweuze I metabloke in Collun-street
A cove I yustanoWhen I wus workin Southoss,
454. K'shoo When your dose is code as barble,
Ad you sduffle all the day,Ad your head id is behavig
455. The Griefs Of Ancient Gosh I happened in Gosh on an ancient day,
In the land of Glugs far, far awayWhere the skies are green and the grass is pink
456. Ideal And Aftermath I wed him because he looked nice (said she)
And I feared to be left on the shelf.For I wouldn't take mother's advice (said she),
457. Disputed Boundaries Taste? Good taste? It's been argued before,
But not many agree on it yet.Much that A may condone B may deeply deplore;
458. The Goldfinch When dandelions star the fields
Another alien singer, I,Nursed upon England's flowery wealds,
459. Weary Aw, I'm sick o' the whole darn human race,
An' I'm sick o' this mundane ball;I'm sick o' the sight o' me brother's face,
460. A Change Of Air Now, a man in Oodnadatta
He grew fat, and he grew fatter, Though he hardly had a thing to eat for dinner;
461. The Golden Whistler Golden bird whose golden voice,
When the summer days wax long Cheery optimist from choice
462. The Spoilers Ye are the Great White People, masters and lords of the earth,
Spreading your stern dominion over the world's wide girth.Here, where my fathers hunted since Time's primordial morn,
463. Termarter Sorce It wasn't kid stakes. I 'ad no crook lurk
To act deceivin', or to treat 'er mean.I'm old enough to know them games don't work
464. The Barter Boom Now, since man became a martyr
To this economic stress,He has sought relief, in barter,
465. A Square Deal 'Dreamin'?' I sez to Digger Smith.
'Buck up, ole sport, an' smile.Ain't there enough uv joy to-day
478. The Also-ran I know I'm dull. I know I got a brain
That's only fit fer fertilizin' 'air.I don't arst for bokays: I ain't that vain;
479. Cow Aw, go write yer tinklin' jingle, an' yer pretty phrases mingle,
Fer the mamby-pamby girl, all fluffy frill an' shinin' silk.Them's the sort ter fetch yer trouble, when yer tries 'em, in the double.
480. The Hoary Precedent Mr. Pericles, M.P.,
In four-sixty-nine B.C.,Outed Cimon at a general election;
481. Kilmore Kilmore cares not who comes nigh.
But, with a calm, incurious eye,She sees the swift cars speeding by,
482. Her Majesty The Rose Here in my garden at the long day's close
I sing again her Majesty the Rose.The Rose who can with magic most complete
483. Down, But Not Out Oh, how I hate these chills, these winter ills,
Bleak blasts and breezes;Abominate the 'flu,' the fierce 'Tishoo'
484. A Love Song O! Hernia! My hernia.
'Twas here we parted dearA parting that for four long weeks
485. The Old Brass Rail Foot on the rail in the olden days,
For all the world to see,A jolly old lot, they took their pot
486. French Leave No longer wilful woman hides
Behind a law that over-ridesThe dicta of her lawful lord and master.
487. An Appeal To Women O ye women! WIMMIN! WEEMIN!!
See our tears repentant streamin'!See the pearly drops a-gleamin',