Today's poems [3.4.18]
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There was a young man named Isaac Cox
Who took as his motto: "I suck cocks."
This frank declaration
Brought him such reputation
That he spent twenty years sucking cocks on the docks.
There once was a fellow named Trete
Who from birth was inclined to be neat.
He became extra fussy
When he thought his pants mussy,
And would throw them away in the street.
There was a young fellow named Price
Who dabbled in all sorts of vice.
He had virgins and boys
And mechanical toys,
And on Mondays... he meddled with mice
There once was a monk from Siberia
Whose manners were rather inferior
He did to a nun
What he shouldn't have done
And now she's a Mother Superior
There was a young lady of Joppa
Who came a society cropper.
She went to Ostend
With a gentlemen friend---
The rest of the story's improper.
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