Today's poems [7.15.12]
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In the Garden of Eden lies Adam,
peacefully stroking his madam.
He does so with mirth,
for on all of this Earth,
there were only two tits
and he had 'em!
Ladies and gentlemen hoes and tramps
crosseyed buzzards and bowlegged ants
admission is free so pay at the door
pull up a chair and set on the floor
one night mid day two boys went to play
back to back brother to brother they
both drew a sword and shot each other
one deaf police officer who heard the noise
came and killed the two dead boys
if you dont believe this lie is true
just ask the blind man he saw it too.
sent by billbob
There was a young man from Nantucket
Whose feet were attached to grease buckets
From trouble he'd hide
With a quick slip n slide
Of responsibility he said, simply, "duck it."
PS So you see, Bill, in America,
*anyone* can grow up to be the President.
sent by Summer Mondeau
There once was a girl named McGoffin
Who was diddled amazingly often.
She was rogered by scores
Who'd been turned down by whores,
And was finally screwed in her coffin.
There was an old curate of Hestion
Who'd erect at the slightest suggestion.
But so small was his tool
He could scarce screw a spool,
And a cunt was quite out of the question.
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