Today's poems [4.22.10]
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In the Garden of Eden lay Adam,
Complacently stroking his madam,
And loud was his mirth
For on all of the earth
There were only two balls---and he had 'em.
Said a girl being had in a shanty,
"My dear, you have got it in slanty."
He replied, "I can use
Any angle I choose.
I ride as I please---I'm Duranty!"
A pious young lady named Finnegan
Would caution her beau, "Now you're in again,
Please watch it just right
So you'll last through the night,
For I certainly don't want to sin again."
There was a young fellow named Simon
Who tried to discover a hymen.
But he found every girl
Had relinguished her pearl
In exchange for a solitaire diamond.
A school marm from old Mississippi
Had a quim that was simply zippy.
The scholars all praised it
Till finally she raised it
To prices befitting a chippy.
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