Today, from my Spam Folder

Occasionally I check my spam folder to see if anything important has accidentally been lost in the onslaught of misspelled advertisements for dubious medications.  Today, I discovered spam that I think was partially stolen from poetry by Edward Lear.  Wikipedia describes his work as literary nonsense.  Perfect for spam, I guess.  

Here's the text from a an email titled: Their heads are green and their hands are blue:  

To his Aunt Jobiska's Park.
Stolen away, stolen away
To the calm and silent sea
On top of the Crumpetty Tree
Fall asleep, fall asleep


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