Scrambled Eggs Super! by Dr. Seuss

By Dr. Seuss

Riotous humor in photograph and verse as an enterprising Seuss creature hunts unusual eggs for a brilliant deluxe dish.--Child examine Assn.  

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How is your life with a stranger from this world? Can you (be frank) love her? Or do you feel shame like Zeus’ reins on your forehead? How is your life? Are you healthy? How do you sing? How do you deal with the pain of an undying conscience, poor man? How is your life with a piece of market stuff, at a steep price. After Carrara marble; how is your life with the dust of 25 30 35 2 3 A n A t t e m p t a t J e a l o u s y plaster now? ) How do you live with one of a thousand women after Lilith? references to them as spirits or souls may also suggest that any love between them will be nonphysical.

The poetic diction is so simple that it is almost colloquial in its idiom and the choice of words. Any reader can relate to the poem; even the illiterate listener would not find it difficult to understand the general theme and the narrative line. In order to capture the situation suggested by the title, the speaker, a tired and sleepy young mother, wearily sings to put her baby to sleep. Similar to folkloric songs, the poem relies on the magic created by repetition of words and phrases. The repetition actuates the hypnotizing rhythm, which is the most effective aspect of the poem.

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