Today's poems [3.4.19]
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Said Senator David I. Walsh,
"These charges against me are false.
Though I did go to Brooklyn
For sooklyn and fooklyn,
Not a gob laid his hands on my balsh."
There was a young girl from Sofire.
Who succumbed to her lover's desire.
She said, "It's a sin,
But now that it's in,
Could you shove it a few inches higher?"
There was a young miss from Johore
Who'd lie on a mat on the floor;
In a manner uncanny
She'd wobble her fanny,
And drain your nuts dry to the core.
There was a young fellow named Perkin
Who was always jerkin' his gherkin.
His wife said, "Now, Perkin,
Stop jerkin' your gherkin:
You're shirkin' your ferkin'---you bastard!"
There was a young woman named Dottie
Who said as she sat on the potty,
"It isn't polite
To do this in sight,
But then, who am I to be snotty?"
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