Today's poems [8.25.10]
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There was a young man of St. Giles
Who'd walked thousands and thousands of miles,
From the Cape of Good Hope,
Just to bugger the Pope,
But he couldn't---the pontiff had piles.
There was a young barmaid from Yale,
On whose bust was written the prices of ale;
And on her behind
For the sake of the blind
Was exactly the same, but in braille.
Peter, first Duke of Orange
Was limited to a miserable four-inch,
But technique in a keyhole
Developed his P-hole
"Til at last it got caught in the door-hinge.
A king sadly said to his queen,
"In parts you have grown far from lean."
"I don't give a damn,
You've always liked ham,"
She replied, and he gasped, "How obscene!"
There once was a lady from Hyde,
Who ate a green apple and died,
While her lover lamented,
The apple fermented,
and made cider inside her inside.
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