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Rosalina, a pretty young lass
Had a bruly magnificant ass:
Not rounded and pink,
As you possibly think -
It was grey, had long ears, and ate grass.
A cowhand way out in Seattle
Had a dooflicker flat as a paddle.
He said, "No, I can't fuck
A lamb or a duck,
But golly! it just fits the cattle."
A cautious young husband named Rafe
Used to diddle his wife with a safe.
Thus he thwarted God's wishes
And fed his pet fishes,
Which he kept in a bedside carafe.
There was a young man of Madras
Who was having a boy in the grass.
Then a cobra-capello
Said, "Hello, young fellow!"
And bit a piece out of his ass.
A wonderful fish is the flea,
He bores and he bites on me.
I would love, indeed,
To watch him feed,
But he bites me where I cannot see.
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.
Here's to old King Montezuma,
For fun he would bugger a puma.
The puma in play
Clawed both balls away---
How's that for animal humor?
On the plains of north-central Tibet
They've thought of the strangest thing yet:
On the ass of a camel
They pour blue enamel,
And bugger the beast while it's wet.
There was a young man who preferred
Having sex with some kind of a bird.
The rarer the species,
And the fuller of feces,
The better---that guy really loved turd.
In the quaint English village of Worcester
Lived a little red hen and a rooster.
A coquettish glance
She acquired in Framce
Gave him ants in his pants, and he goosed her.
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 girl from Seattle
Who got her kicks sucking off cattle,
'til a bull from the South
Popped a load in her mouth
That made both her ovaries rattle.
There once was a horse named Lily
Whose dingus was really a dilly.
It was vaganoid duply,
And labial quadruply---
In fact, he was really a filly.
A disgusting young man named McGill
Made his neighbors exceedingly ill
When they learned of his habits
Involving white rabbits
And a bird with a flexible bill
Said a lovely young lady named Lake,
Pervertedly fond of a snake,
"If my good friend, the boa,
What offspring we'll leave in our wake!"
Another young lady would make
Advances to snake after snake.
Though men she had met
Got her diaphragm wet,
She wanted her glottis to shake.
There was a long lady named Weaver
Who had intercourse with a beaver.
The result of their fuck
Was a canvas-back duck,
Two muskrats and a hump-backed retriever.
A lady who lives in Madras
Has a truly magnificent ass.
It is not round and pink,
As you probably think,
But is grey, has long ears, and eats grass.
A certain professor named Yarrow
Had trouble seducing a sparrow.
When he'd given up hopin'
He pried her jaws open,
And filled up her bill with his marrow.
There once was a Bactrian camel
Who was bound by no fetter or trammel.
When he tried to make hay
In his Bactrian way,
His wife said, "Make me; I'm a mammal."
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