Cleetus Hump

Rookie (3 full moons before the great flood of '76 / In a ditch)

Lady-Folk - Poem by Cleetus Hump

Lady folk, lady folk
One day I woke
and I din't like em
cos they weren't no more fun
other men and animals
they're my real pals

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  • Rookie Ricardo Paolini (3/3/2006 3:12:00 PM)

    Farmers are the same all over the world aren't they. I have an Italian farmer down the road who married his sheep! They even have a half-sheep daughter, who produces a lot of wool... The farmer tried to seduce his daughter but she ran away with the Italian Stallion. Ah well, theres plenty more pig in the sty... (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 3, 2006



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