Today's poems [10.9.09]
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A gallant young Frenchman named Grandhomme
Was attempting a girl on a tandem.
At the height of the make
She slammed on the brake,
And scattered his semen at random
A Turk by the name of Haroun
Ate whisky by means of a spoon
To one who asked why
This turk made reply:
"To drink is forbidden, you loon."
A gardener named Kenneth McDeare
Likes plants more than women, we fear.
"He's hardly perennial."
Say folks who know Kenny well.
"He only comes up once a year"
A vice both obscene and unsavory
Holds the Mayor of Southhampton in slavery.
With bloodcurdling howls
He deflowers young owls
Which he keeps in an underground aviary.
Here's a cute little ditty:
Little pigeon in the sky,
Dropping (things) from way up high,
Angry farmer wipes his eye,
Very glad that cows don't fly!
Sent by tilak
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