Richard Thripp

King Philip

Bullwinkle slid off a cliff, to his death, in an 8-cylinder moose car
as baking Saharan high temperatures made for the street's loose tar
Because he crapped out he'll not join Rocky at the fruity juice bar
It's a gay fandango to maintain far Julian close & distant Bruce far
A chihuahua claims the dog sun as a cow stakes the green moo star
What remains of emperor Nicky is a jerky strip of doggy chew czar
With twins probable the quack will opt for episiotomy cut two scar
Divinity sought blind seek out shores celestial & providence ocular
King Philip's love shelters chickadees pinay keen on summery fling
From Cebu to Pampanga bamboozling whitey ain't no gooky thing
When paddling with paddles one shouldn't get hamstrung on string

Submitted: Thursday, May 08, 2014
Edited: Thursday, May 08, 2014

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It's expensive to eat the right things because the wrongs things are subsidized. Men can't beget children with men therefore a marriage of father & son is a glorious celebration of homosexual love that everyone must accept. (Claim the hotness of heated rust buckets!)

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