Celery, raw
Develops the jaw,
But celery, stewed,
Is more quietly chewed.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Ogden Nash's poem Celery

1 Comment

  1. Michael McGregor says:

    This is just gagging to be completed.

    “. . . whereas celery dipped in, . . . well . . . Dip,
    requires a degree of marksmanship.”

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