Today's poems [7.13.10]
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In the shade of an old apple tree,
Where between her fat legs, I could see
A little brown spot
With the hair in a knot
And it certainly looked good to me
He'd fart a gavotte for a starter,
And fizzle a fine serenata.
He could play on his anus
Oof, boom, er-tum, tootle, hum tah-dah!
There once a woman from Clover
Who really enjoyed to bend over.
When a guy got behind her
Jumped all up inside her
And fucked 'til the whole day was over.
A wide-bottomed girl named Trasket
Had a hole as big as a basket.
A spot, as a bride,
In it now, you could hide,
And include with your luggage your mascot.
There was a young fellow named Biddle
Whose girl had to teach him to fiddle.
She grabbed hold of his bow
And said, "If you want to know,
You can try parting my hair in the middle."
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