Today's poems [7.10.10]
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A daring young maid from Dubuque
Risked a rather decided rebuke
By receiving a prude
In the absolute nude,
But he gasped, "If you only could cook!"
To the shrine which was Pallas Athena's
Young Bito (who'd learned about penis)
Brought her needles and thread
And scissors and said,
"You can stick them---I'm changing to Venus!"
On May Day the girls of Penzance,
Being bored by the lack of romance,
Joined the workers' parade
With this banner displayed:
"What the Pants of Penzance Need is Ants."
A Chinaman hailing from Woozee
Once laid an American floozie.
"How different," he cried,
As he slid it inside,
"To diddle a vertical coozie!"
There was a young fellow named Cribbs
Whose cock was so big it had ribs.
They were inches apart,
And to suck, it took art,
While to fuck, it took forty-two trips.
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