Harry Graham

(1874-1936 / Great Britain)

L'Enfant Glacé - Poem by Harry Graham

When Baby's cries grew hard to bear
I popped him in the Frigidaire.
I never would have done so if
I'd known that he'd be frozen stiff.
My wife said: 'George, I'm so unhappé!
Our darling's now completely frappé!


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 14, 2010



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