Today's poems [11.6.19]
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An innocent boy in Lapland
Was told that friggin' was grand.
But at his first trial
He said with a smile,
"I've had the same feeling by hand."
There was a young fellow from Dallas
Who enjoyed doing things with his phallus.
So many tricks did he try
It became, by and by,
Little more than a leather-tough callous.
The cross-eyed old painter McNeff
Was color-blind, palsied, and deaf.
When he asked to be touted
The critics all shouted:
"This is art with a capital F!"
There was a young fellow named Bliss
Whose sex life was strangely amiss,
For even with Venus
His recalcitrant penis
Would never do better than t
There was a young man from Cape Grace
Who blew a fart out into space.
With gravity's attraction
And Einstein's reaction,
It returned and spat shit in his face!
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