Today's poems [11.28.10]
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There was a young man from Nantucket
Took a pig in a thicket to fuck it.
Said the pig, "Oh, I'm queer,
Get away from my rear. . .
Come around to the front and I'll suck it."
There's a lot has been said 'bout the breast---
Like how nicely they feel when they're pressed.
But when push comes to shove,
In this business of love,
Its "twats" 'tween the legs that is best.
There was a young man named Isaac Cox
Who took as his motto: "I suck cocks."
This frank declaration
Brought him such reputation
That he spent twenty years sucking cocks on the docks.
It's only human nature after all
If a fellow puts a girl against the wall
And puts his inclination
Into her accomodation
To increase the population
Of the rising generation---
Why, it's only human natrue after all.
A young lady from South Carolina
Placed fiddle strings 'cross her vagina.
What, with proper sized cocks,
Once was sex, became Bach's
Tocatta and Fugue in D Minor.
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