Lee Fones


Henry Eighth - Poem by Lee Fones

Henry eighth was a terrible King
bought all wives orange, mobiles
which all had same call ring
although however most nobles

ring, ring, ring, ring (etc)
by now you have the jest
Henry eighth went murdering
in search of a chicken breast

He'd eat that chicken whole
his women they'd starve to death
he'd bung up the sinkhole
then did sarcastic breathe

Henry eighth was a king, he was
a greedy, bigamist one too
he certainly had big jaws
but never used the loo

Topic(s) of this poem: humour


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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 22, 2014



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