Today's poems [11.3.10]
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A parson who lived near Cremorne
Looked down on all women with scorn.
E'en a boy's white, fat bum
Could not make him come,
But an old man's piles gave him the horn.
Bill Clinton's no man of conviction,
Avoiding truth is a lifelong affliction.
Mixes lies with the facts,
We can never relax,
To him, truth IS stranger than fiction.
Smoking reefer didn't cause him to fail,
And that Lewinsky affair is a tale.
These two things they will name,
When the defense makes its claim,
That neither Bill nor the girl did inhale.
Q. Flaccus in his third liber:
"The Romans have no wood-pulp fiber.
A crapulent quorum
Will squat in the Forum
And heave dirty stones in the Tiber."
As Apollo was chasing the fair
Daphne she vanished in air.
He could find but a shrub
With thick bark on the hub
And not even a knot-hole to spare.
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