Today's poems [10.2.20]
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Seeing my great fault
Through darkening blue windows
I begin again
There was a young man in Norway,
Tried to jerk himself off in a sleigh,
But the air was so frigid
It froze his balls rigid,
And all he could come was frappe.
There was a young maiden of Siam
Who said to her lover, young Kiam,
"If you kiss me, of course,
You will have to use force,-
But god knows you are stronger that I am."
For the prick-naming prize of Pinole
This year's winner was Daniel O'Dole.
He will tell you with bonhommie,
"I call mine 'Metonymy,'
Because it's a part for the whole."
There was a young lady from Slough
Who said that she didn't know how.
Then a young fellow caught her
And jolly well taught her;
She lodges in Pimlico now.
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