Today's poems [3.20.09]
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It's only human nature after all
If a fellow puts a girl against the wall
And puts his inclination
Into her accomodation
To increase the population
Of the rising generation---
Why, it's only human natrue after all.
There was a young lady from Wheeling
Who professed to no sexual feeling
Till a cynic named Boris
Just touched her clitoris
And she had to be scraped off the ceiling
There was an old girl of Kilkenny
Whose usual charge was a penny.
For half of that sum
You could finger her bum;
A source of amusement to many.
A sweet young strip dancer named Jane
Wore five inches of thin cellophane.
When asked why she wore it
She said, "I abhor it,
But my juices would spatter like rain,"
There was a young lady from Kent,
When her husband's pecker it bent,
She said with a sigh,
"Oh, why must it die?
Let's fill it with Portland Cement."
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