HOVEL, n. The fruit of a flower called the Palace.    Twaddle had a hovel,    Twiddle had a palace;   Twaddle said: 'I'll grovel    Or he'll think I bear him malice' --  A sentiment as novel   As a castor on a chalice.    Down upon the middle    Of his legs fell Twaddle   And astonished Mr. Twiddle,    Who began to lift his noddle.   Feed upon th. -Ambrose Bierce

 

HOVEL, n. The fruit of a flower called the Palace. Twaddle had a hovel, Twiddle had a palace; Twaddle said: 'I'll grovel Or he'll think I bear him malice' -- A sentiment as novel As a castor on a chalice. Down upon the middle Of his legs fell Twaddle And astonished Mr. Twiddle, Who began to lift his noddle. Feed upon th.


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