Today's poems [8.17.11]
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There's a man in the Bible portrayed
As one deeply engrossed in his trade.
He became quite elated
Over things he created,
Especially the women he made.
There once was a man of Sag Harbor
Who used to go with a fag barber.
He gave some auditions
In many positions,
And now he plays flute with Jan Garber.
There was a young fellow from Lees
Who handled his tool with great ease.
This continual friction
Made his sex a mere fiction,
But the callus hangs down to his knees.
There once was a lady named Hix
Who was fond of sucking big pricks.
One fellow she took
Was a doctor named Snook,
Now he's in a hell of a fix.
"Remind me, dear," said Sir John Keith,
"As soon as I've finished my teeth,
To take down this glass
And examine my ass
From behind---and of course from beneath."
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