Today's poems [4.4.21]
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A habit uncouth and unsav'ry,
Kept the Bishop of Essex in slav'ry,
Midst shrieks, hoots, and howls,
He'd bugger large owls,
Which he kept in an underground av'ry.
"Last night," said a lassie named Ruth,
"In a long-distance telephone booth,
I enjoyed the perfection
Of an ideal connection---
I was screwed, if you must know the truth."
There was a young man in Hong Kong
Who grew seven fathoms of prong.
It looked, when erect,
About as you'd expect---
When coiled it did not seem so long.
There was a young girl from Seattle
Who got her kicks sucking off cattle,
'til a bull from the South
Popped a load in her mouth
That made both her ovaries rattle.
Remember those two of Aberystwyth
Who connected the things that they pissed with?
She sat on his lap
But they both had the clap,
And they cursed with the things that they kissed with.
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