Today's poems [4.7.11]
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A vice both obscene and unsavory
Holds the Mayor of Southhampton in slavery.
With bloodcurdling howls
He deflowers young owls
Which he keeps in an underground aviary.
A young wife in the outskirts of Tass
Preferred frigging to going to mass.
Said her husband, "Take Jacques,
Or any young cock,
For I cannot live up to your ass."
There was a young laundress of Lamas
Who invented high amorous dramas
For the spots she espied
Dried and hardened inside
The pants of the parson's pajamas.
A worried young man from Stamboul
Discovered red spots on his tool.
Said the doctor, a cynic,
`Get out of my clinic!
Just wipe off the lipstick, you fool.'
There was a young lady from Eaton
Whose figure had plenty of meat on.
She said: 'Wed me, Jack,
And you'll find that my back
Is a nice place to warm your cold feet on'.
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