Today's poems [6.8.18]
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There was a young couple named Kelly
Who had to live belly to belly,
Because once, in their haste,
They used library paste
Instead of petroleum jelly.
Lisped a limp-wristed cowboy named Fay,
"It's a hell of a place to be gay!
I must, on these prairies,
Due to a shortage of fairies,
With the deer and the antelope play!"
There was a young fellow named Bouch
Who inveigled a girl to a couch.
He said, "Pretty young miss,
I will take you, I wiss,
Horizontally, veritcally, crouch."
Bill Clinton's no man of conviction,
Avoiding truth is a lifelong affliction.
Mixes lies with the facts,
We can never relax,
To him, truth IS stranger than fiction.
Mary had a little sheep,
And with the sheep she went to sleep,
The sheep turned out to be a ram,
Now Mary has a little lamb.
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