Who wrote this sonnet? Willie witha thirst for gore,nail his sister to the door. Mother said beside humor quain

It was a strange little poem my mother would verbs..nailed his sister to the door. Mother said beside humor quaint,Willy dear, don't spoil the paint..,..Help! Back surrounded by the 60's for me, it may be even older....

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Little Willie with a thirst for gore,
Nailed his sister to the door
His mother said near humor quaint
Willie, dear, don't cut into the paint.

Source #1, below, ascribes it to "Anonymous."

This is apparently just one of tons similar "Little Willie" poems. Here's another (from Source #2):

Into the family drinking powerfully
Willie pushed his sister Nell.
She's there even so, because it kilt her --
Now we enjoy to buy a filter.

Here again, there is no author given.

My assumption is that these poems be penned by different nation at different times.

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