Today's poems [6.24.09]
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While Titian was mixing rose-madder,
His model posed nude on a ladder.
Her position, to Titian,
So he climbed up the ladder and had 'er.
There once was a horse named Lily
Whose dingus was really a dilly.
It was vaganoid duply,
And labial quadruply---
In fact, he was really a filly.
There once was a Bactrian camel
Who was bound by no fetter or trammel.
When he tried to make hay
In his Bactrian way,
His wife said, "Make me; I'm a mammal."
When Asimov penned long ago
The Three Laws that all robots know,
Had Star Wars shown then,
The Fourth would have been:
"A robot must not steal the show."
On a bridge overlooking a ravine
Archibald was screwing Kathleen.
The force of his lunge
Caused the whole bridge to plunge.
The worst fucking disaster yet seen.
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