Today's poems [11.12.08]
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In the shade of an old apple tree,
Where between her fat legs, I could see
A little brown spot
With the hair in a knot
And it certainly looked good to me
There once was a lass from Seattle
Who had a habit of sucking off cattle,
'Till a bull from the south
Shot a load in her mouth
And made her ovaries rattle!
The was a young man from Dundee,
Who was stung on the neck by a wasp.
When asked "did it hurt",
He said "No, not a bit,
It can do it again if it wants."
I fell in love with a dry martini
But now she`s gone
And passed away...
Or rather, passed right through me.
After that, I drank some coffee
I found sobriety
She made me high
She gave me kicks
She made me ill
I was only six!
© 1989 Peter Hughes.
Sent by Pete Hughes
There was a young lady named Ames
Who would play at the jolliest games.
She was great fun to lay
For her rectum would play
Obbligatos, and call you bad names.
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