Today's poems [8.7.09]
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There once was a man from Calcutta
Who spoke with a terrible stutter
To the waiter he said,
"Give me bu-bu-bu-bread
and some bu-bu-bu-bu-bu-bu-butter."
Sent by Jennifer
There was a young fellow named Harry,
Had a joint that was long, huge and scary.
He pressed it on a virgin
Who, without any urgin',
Immediately spread like a fairy.
There was an old sculptor named Phidias
Whose knowledge of art was invidious.
He carved Aphrodite
Without any nightie---
Which startled the purely fastidious.
The Rajah of Afghanistan
Imported a Birmingham can,
Which he set as a throne
On a great Buddha stone---
But he crapped out-of-doors like a man.
Said a Palestine pilgrim named Wadham,
"For religion I don't give a Goddem!
I've frequently peed in
The Garden of Eden,
And buggered my guide when in Sodom."
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