Today's poems [5.1.08]
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There was a young girl named Maxine
Whose vagina was wondrously clean:
With her uterus packed
She kept safe from attack
With a dill pickle, papulous, green.
There once was a hobo named Bob,
he likes to eat corn on the cob.
He lives in a box,
has holes in his socks,
And likes to eat pork flavour beans.
He sleeps on a bench in the park,
all by himself in the dark.
He sits on the ground
and acts kinda strange,
holds out his hand
and grumbles "spare change?"
Sent by Candy
A fellow who lives in St. Paul
Has one hexadronical ball.
The cube of its weight,
Plus his penis, times eight
Is his phone number; give him a call.
Spurred on by a very high wager
With an envious Lieutenant Major,
Ben proceeded to fart
The complete oboe part
Of the Hayden Octet in B-Major.
There was a girl from the five and ten
Who diddled herself with a fountain pen.
The top came off,
The ink went wild,
And now she's the mother of a coloured child.
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