Saturday, February 23, 2008

More Nash in the Sincerest Form of Flattery

There are, as I have posted previously, a fair amount of people who cannot resist emulating Ogden Nash's style and indeed channeling Ogden himself. In the Lost Lessons of Frederic Ogden Nash a gentleman calling himself Ogden El Nache writes nashesquian verse that careens out of control at times but is still good fun and provides wisdom for writers. It is on a blog called Cow Hampshire. Which, for those of you outside of New England, is how the Brahmins of the commonwealth tend to refer to their more agrarian northern brethren.

1 comment:

B. Elwin Sherman said...

Dear John:

A link is a click.
A carpalian flick.
But one that will linger
Long after the finger.

Thanks for the kudos!

Best,
B. Elwin Sherman

 
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