Today's poems [3.6.10]
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There was a young man from Montrose
Who could diddle himself with his toes.
He did it so neat
He fell in love with his feet,
And christened them Myrtle and Rose
A disgusting young man named McGill
Made his neighbors exceedingly ill
Because of his habits
Involving white rabbits
And a bird with a flexible bill.
In the Garden of Eden they dwelt;
And on his right knee, Adam knelt.
He said to his Eve,
"Do you really love me?"
And that's when she answered, "Who else?"
Lisped a limp-wristed cowboy named Fay,
"It's a hell of a place to be gay!
I must, on these prairies,
Due to a shortage of fairies,
With the deer and the antelope play!"
There once was a fellow named Siegel
Who attempted to bugger a beagle,
But the mettlesome bitch
Turned and said with a twitch,
"It's fun, but you know it's illegal."
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