Today's poems [6.14.12]
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It's only human nature after all
If a fellow puts a girl against the wall
And puts his inclination
Into her accomodation
To increase the population
Of the rising generation---
Why, it's only human natrue after all.
A young lady from South Carolina
Placed fiddle strings 'cross her vagina.
What, with proper sized cocks,
Once was sex, became Bach's
Tocatta and Fugue in D Minor.
Two roosters in one of our pens
Found their pricks were no larger than wens.
As they looked at their foreskins
And wished they had more skins,
They discovered they'd both become hens.
There was a young lady named Peaches
Who frequented the very best beaches.
She refused the lifeguard,
Though he breast-stroked her hard---
She preferred to be sucked off by leeches.
There was a young Georgian named Lynd
Who'd never in all his life sinned,
For whenever he'd start
He'd be jarred by a fart,
And his semen was gone with the wind.
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