Today's poems [4.1.09]
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There was a young man from Peru
Whose lineage was noble all through.
Now this isn't crud
For not only his blood
But even his semen was blue.
When a woman in strapless attire
Found her breasts working higher and higher,
A guest, with great feeling,
Exclaimed, "How appealing!
Do you mind if I piss in the fire?"
There was a young man from Nantucket
Whose feet were attached to grease buckets
From trouble he'd hide
With a quick slip n slide
Of responsibility he said, simply, "duck it."
PS So you see, Bill, in America,
*anyone* can grow up to be the President.
sent by Summer Mondeau
I was desperate, I was weary
I prayed for holy guidance from above
I thought she came to lead me through the darkness
But then I felt a probing rubber glove...
There is evidence Clinton's largess
Has been witnessed and was, we might guess,
In the trap of Lewinsky,
When pulled out; 'Kaczynski-
Dooing, left him a bit of a mess.
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