lee fones


humans


Humans are weird I suppose
have a look at their nose
some big, some wide, some broken
caused by someone, outspoken

humans have parts that hear
these things, one calls ear
some big, some wide, some cabbaged
usually in rugby match, savaged

Humans have hair above brows
These are called eyebrows
some big, some wide, some plucked
cosmetic surgery nowadays, tucked

lets look at human Samantha Wotton
take a quick peek, belly button
some big, some small, some pierce
doesn't mean this humans fierce

now i'm so eager to please
rugby player john with his knees
this one is knobbly, some are wobbly
and this rhymes so full of comedy

now we gettin quiet technicals
johns about to flaunt his testicles
some big, some small, some swollen
this pair however, john had stolen

humans have a philtrum
i myself now throw a tantrum
the lines between mouth and nose
these lines not to bad i suppose

suppose i goes, nose and toes
couldn't walk well without those
there at the end of your feet
and yes thank you rhyme is unique

now this part is like a museum
of course im referring to perineum
lies between genitals and anus
celebrities talk out of this, now famous

now at last i can make a stands
i'm a poet and so need my hands
without my hands i couldn't write
i like this poem think its alright

Submitted: Monday, January 26, 2015
Edited: Monday, January 26, 2015

Topic of this poem: humour


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