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Melican, Terence: Limerick (Kafka) (Limerick (Newcastle) in Hungarian)

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Limerick (Newcastle) (English)

There was a young man of Newcastle,
Who thought of himself as a parcel,
Which he'd tied with red tape,
And addressed, for a jape,
To: 'What Hope? c/o Kafka, The Castle'

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Limerick (Kafka) (Hungarian)

Egy ifjú, lakhelye Newcastle,
ki testét becsomagolta,
-szalagja pirosló fortély-
emígyen címezve föladta:
"Van Remény? Kafka címére, Kastély."

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