Today's poems [4.7.09]
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A maiden sat under a tree
And played with the lad's fiddle-dee,
His little wood post---
Soon her jewel is lost
From the casket where it used to be.
In the quaint English village of Worcester
Lived a little red hen and a rooster.
A coquettish glance
She acquired in Framce
Gave him ants in his pants, and he goosed her.
There was a young lady called Bright
Who could travel much faster than light
she departed one day
in a relative way
And arrived on the previous night
There was a young man from Bellaire
Who was screwing his girl on the stair.
But the banister broke,
So he doubled his stroke,
And finished her off in mid-air.
A bobby of Nottingham Junction
Whose organ had long ceased to function
Deceived his good wife
For the rest of her life
With the aid of a constable's truncheon.
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