Today's poems [3.27.12]
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There was a young man named Sweeny
Who spilt some gin on his weenie,
So just to be couth,
He added vermouth
And slipped his girl a martini.
On the breasts of a barmaid named Gail
Was tattoo'd the price of her ale.
And for the sake of the blind
Upon her behind
Was the same information in Braille.
We once had a clerk named Pyle
Who had an affair with our file.
'Twas strewn askew
From K through Q,
And the P's were all sticky and vile.
Once was a tattooist named Clarke
Whose urge to render was stark.
He put roses on hogs
and bare-shaven dogs
And nudes on drunks in the park.
There was a young lady who came from Decatur,
Sang like a bird in a movie theater.
An alley cat heard
Her sing like a bird,
So he snuck in her room and he ate her.
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