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I Love Me

Ogden Nash 1902 (Rye, New York) – 1971 (Baltimore)



I’m always my own best cheerer;
Myself I satisfy
Till I take a look in the mirror
And see things I to I.
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Submitted by RobertHaigh on July 17, 2020

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Ogden Nash

Ogden Nash (1902-1971) was, during his lifetime, the most well-known American writer of light verse, and his popularity has continued after his death. His witty style has been imitated by many, but none have quite equalled the old master. more…

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