How Does Blind Man See?


'I see said the blind man' is the starting line of a children's poem. This is often classified as a nonsense as well as funny poem. This particular poem is said to make sense grammatically but doesn't have sense semantically.
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The first part is from the Bible. John 9:1-41. From there it became an example of what is called a "Tom Swiftie" which are "excruciating adverbial puns" originated
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