Today's poems [8.24.09]
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A proper young person named Gissing
Announced he had given up kissing.
"I strike out at once
For something that counts,
And besides my girl's front teeth are missing."
The was a young lady with worts
In the most private of places, of course.
She went to the doctor
Who said he would shock her,
But voltage would not be the source.
There was a young man of the Tweed
Who sucked his wife's arse thro' a reed.
When she had diarrhoea
He'd let none come near,
For fear they should poach on his feed.
A gay prison chaplain named Locke
Had a passion for hard convict cock.
For his ass-holey ways
In his alcatraz days,
He was nicknamed the piece of the rock.
A fellow with love-making flair
Was licking his sweetie "down there."
He said, as some gas
Escaped from her ass,
"Thank God for a breath of fresh air!"
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