Today's poems [5.14.09]
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There was a young golfer named Lear
Who went to jail for a year
For an act quite obscene:
On the very first green
Under a sign saying "Enter course here."
There was a young Georgian named Lynd
Who'd never in all his life sinned,
For whenever he'd start
He'd be jarred by a fart,
And his semen was gone with the wind.
Have you heard of the Widow O'Riley
Who esteemed her late husband so highly
That in spite of the scandal,
Her umbrella handle
Was made of his membrum virile.
To the shrine which was Pallas Athena's
Young Bito (who'd learned about penis)
Brought her needles and thread
And scissors and said,
"You can stick them---I'm changing to Venus!"
There was a young lady of Totten
Whose tastes grew perverted and rotten.
She cared not for steaks,
Or for pastry or cakes,
But lived upon penis *au gratin*.
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