There was an Old Man of Kilkenny, who never had more than a penny
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|Caption||There was an Old Man of Kilkenny, who never had more than a penny. Illustration for A Book of Nonsense (Frederick Warne, c 1875). Colouring probably done by Edward Lear himself.|
|Creator||Edward Lear, English (1812–88)|
|Artwork medium||printed material|
|Credit||Look and Learn|
|nonsense limerick limericks humour humourous humorous verse poetry fun Old Man of Kilkenny penny onions and honey wayward Edward Lear|
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