Today's poems [6.8.10]
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There was an old gent from Kentuck
Who boasted a filigreed schmuck,
But he put it away
For fear that one day
He might put it in and get stuck.
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.
There was an old maid from Bermuda
Who shot a marauding intruder.
It was not her ire
At his lack of attire,
But he reached for her jewels as he screwed her.
There was a young man of Newminster Court
Bugger'd a pig, but his prick was too short.
Said the hog, "It's not nice,
But pray take my advice:
Make tracks, or by the police you'll be caught."
A wonderful fish is the flea,
He bores and he bites on me.
I would love, indeed,
To watch him feed,
But he bites me where I cannot see.
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