Today's poems [11.12.12]
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A proper young person named Gissing
Announced he had given up kissing.
"I strike out at once
For something that counts,
And besides my girl's front teeth are missing."
My wife, when I traveled away,
Made sly extramarital hay,
And partied for hours
With chosen endowers,
And often came back the next day.
The parish commission at Roylette
Bought their vicar a pristine new toilet.
But he still voids his bowels
On a heap of old towels,
He's so very reluctant to soil it.
There was an old sculptor named Phidias
Whose knowledge of art was invidious.
He carved Aphrodite
Without any nightie---
Which startled the purely fastidious.
As Jane's tits brushed Robert's chest,
Her belly on his came to rest,
And she gave him a grin,
As his penis slipped in,
To begin what both loved doing best.
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