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Herbert Nehrlich

Rookie (04 October 1943 / Germany)

Lady Hildegard And Humps


A camel has exactly two
a dromedary one,
if dromedaries really flew
they'd fly toward the sun.
But camels never leave the ground
as gravity pulls hard
two humps therefore are also found
on Lady Hildegard.
She was the one who really did
up in that place called Eden
where Adam the great sinner hid
(he later moved to Sweden) .
She picked two apples from a tree
and God told her not to
he issued a harsh penalty
though Hilde said I've got to.
She meant that something deep inside
had stirred her female hormones
and with that fellow by her side
she'd felt her vermiform bones.
Red-handed, nude and somewhat wet
she stood and the creator
said you will carry this duet
from now until much later.
And so, she passed it on to all
two humps would be forever,
and Adam, well he had one ball
which made him somewhat clever
due to the fact that man's own brain
resides since God conceived it
down in his crotch where, in the main
all men later received it,
so in the spirit to be fair
God added one more quickly
so men would with the women share
two regions that were prickly.
Next time you see a camel Sir,
think way back to creation
the blame of course all rests with her
and too, with fornication.

Submitted: Thursday, July 24, 2008

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