Today's poems [4.6.09]
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A sempstress at Epping-on-Tyne
Used to peddle her tail down the line.
She first got a crown,
But her prices went down---
Now she'll fit you for ten pence or nine.
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This sparkling young farter from Sparta,
His fart for no money would barter.
He could roar from his rear
Any scene from Shakespeare,
Or Gilbert and Sullivan's Mikado.
The Shah of the Empire of Persia
Lay for days in a sexual merger.
When the nautch asked the Shah,
"Won't you ever withdraw?"
He replied with a yawn, "It's inertia."
There was a young fellow named Bouch
Who inveigled a girl to a couch.
He said, "Pretty young miss,
I will take you, I wiss,
Horizontally, veritcally, crouch."
There was a young student of art
Who made a strange anatomical chart:
In place of the chest
A grease spot on the vest,
And in place of the asshole a fart.
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