Today's poems [9.3.10]
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There once was a fellow named Trete
Who from birth was inclined to be neat.
He became extra fussy
When he thought his pants mussy,
And would throw them away in the street.
THERE ONCE WAS A RULER CALLED "SLICK"
THAT COULD'NT TAKE CONTROL OF HIS DICK
HIS LIFE BECAME A MESS
BECAUSE OF A DRESS
AND THE BUS FULL OF INTERNS TAKE SICK.
Sent by Matthew
There was a young colonel from Trent
Who lived in a lavender tent.
He said that some sessions
With interesting Hessians
Had taught him what war really meant.
A Biblical party called Ham
Cried, "Cuss it, I don't give a damn!
My father's yard measure
I view with great pleasure,
Such a bloody great battering ram!"
While in Athens a tourist named Joan
Told her guide, with a trace of a groan,
"Though a fuck is just fine
when I'm lying supine
It's a pain in the ass when I'm prone!"
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