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Letter to Father Francis Morgan

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''There was an old priest named Francis'' <br>
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There was an old priest named Francis
''Who was so fond of "cheefongy" dances'' <br>
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Who was so fond of "cheefongy" dances
''That he sat up too late'' <br>
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That he sat up too late
''And worried his pate'' <br>
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And worried his pate
''Arranging these Frenchified Prances'' <br>
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Arranging these Frenchified Prances
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Revision as of 11:50, 6 June 2010

Father Francis Morgan 8 August 1904 is a letter from J.R.R. Tolkien to Father Francis Xavier Morgan, composed on August 8th, 1904.

Excerpt

There was an old priest named Francis
Who was so fond of "cheefongy" dances
That he sat up too late
And worried his pate
Arranging these Frenchified Prances

References

  1. "The AB Language Lives" by Arne Zettersten in The Invented Worlds of J.R.R. Tolkien: Drawings and Original Manuscripts from the Marquette University Collection (2004)