Today's poems [4.1.21]
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"Remind me, dear," said Sir John Keith,
"As soon as I've finished my teeth,
To take down this glass
And examine my ass
From behind---and of course from beneath."
There was a young fellow from Eno
Who said to his girl, "Now, old Beano,
Lift your skirt up in front,
And enlarge your old cunt,
For the size of this organ is keen-o."
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
There was a young barmaid from Yale,
On whose bust was written the prices of ale;
And on her behind
For the sake of the blind
Was exactly the same, but in braille.
There was a young dancer, Priscillla,
Who flavored her cunt with vanilla.
The taste was so fine,
Men and beasts stood in line,
Including a stud armadilla.
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