Today's poems [3.4.14]
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There was an old maid in Peru
Who'd a dog and a cat and a gnu.
From a sairlor named Harrot
She bought an old parrot,
And he threw in a young cockatoo.
There was a young fellow named Fritz
Who planted a acre of tits.
They came up in the fall,
Pink nipples and all,
And he chewed them all up into bits.
Said Senator David I. Walsh,
"These charges against me are false.
Though I did go to Brooklyn
For sooklyn and fooklyn,
Not a gob laid his hands on my balsh."
There was an old man from Pinole
Who always got in the wrong hole,
And when he withdrew,
All covered with goo,
His temper was out of control.
There was a young fellow named Charteris
Put his hand where his young lady's garter is.
She said, "I don't mind,
And up higher you'll find
The place where my fucker and farter is."
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