Inge Hoppe-Grabinger

headless Cicero (a limerick)

So famous became this Cicero and so refined from head to toe, but he lost his head far away from his bed, for reasons a chickpea will never know ....  Cicero heisst vermutlich "Kicher-Erbse" August 26, 2020 - ihg -

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Published on on 08/26/2020.


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