Today's poems [10.18.08]
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There once was a fellow named Trete
Who from birth was inclined to be neat.
He became extra fussy
When he thought his pants mussy,
And would throw them away in the street.
A progressive and young Eskimo
Grew tired of his squaw, and so
Slipped out of his hut
To look for a slut
Who knew the very fine art of Blow.
A certain young person of Ghent,
Uncertain if lady or gent,
Shows his organs at large
For a small handling charge
To assist him in paying the rent.
As His Holiness signed my petition
He said,"I take this position:
Here shines a clean mind,
For nowhere can I find
A single lubricious omission!"
There was a young man of Soho
Whose tastes were exceedingly low.
He said to his mother,
"Let us suck one another,
And swallow the seminal flow."
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