Today's poems [7.10.19]
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A maiden sat under a tree
And played with the lad's fiddle-dee,
His little wood post---
Soon her jewel is lost
From the casket where it used to be.
There was a Young Lady of Bute,
Who played on a silver-gilf flute;
She played several jigs
To her uncle's white pigs,
That amusing Young Lady of Bute.
A girl who is bespectacled
She may not get her necktacled;
But safety pins and bassinets
Await the girl who fassinets.
A vice both obscene and unsavory
Holds the Mayor of Southhampton in slavery.
With bloodcurdling howls
He deflowers young owls
Which he keeps in an underground aviary.
A clever inventor named Krupp
Wore a belt when he wanted to tup.
His mighty dry cells
Made her tits buzz like bells,
And lighted the hall-entrance up.
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