Today's poems [6.11.10]
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There was a young lady of Gloucester
Whose friends they thought they had lost her,
Till they found on the grass
The marks of her ass,
And the knees of the man who had crossed her.
A sweet young strip dancer named Jane
Wore five inches of thin cellophane.
When asked why she wore it
She said, "I abhor it,
But my juices would spatter like rain,"
There once was a lady from Salem
Who used to take cocks and inhale 'em.
The fruits of these feats:
Pubic hairs from her teeth
Were saved until Fall when she'd bale 'em.
There was a young girl named Maxine
Whose vagina was wondrously clean:
With her uterus packed
She kept safe from attack
With a dill pickle, papulous, green.
A young baseball fan named Miss Glend
Was the home team's best rooter and friend,
But for her the big league
Never held the intrigue
Of a bat with two ball at the end.
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