As the poets have mournfully sung,
death takes the innocent young,
and those who are very well hung.
The version that I have is hyphenated. I have also seen this erroneously attributed to W.H. Austin and W.C. Fields. It is the epitome of a limerick. It is considered to be both funny and profound. The last line could be interpreted more than one way.
For those who are very well hung (hung by a rope).