A Scotchman whose name was Isbister
Had a maiden giraffe he called “sister”
When she said “Oh, be mine,
Be my sweet Valentine!”
He just shinned up her long neck and kissed her.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Ellis Parker Butler's poem A Scotchman Whose Name Was Isbister

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