Richard Thripp

Lou Reed

Giving old perverts what they need to feed on isn't a desirable trait
Nor is rating perversities on a one-to-ten scale the best way to rate
Kicking out a cycling woman's slats is enough to cycle a mama late
via bloody periods bled from phagocytical reports on George Strait
reflecting infection statistics on the whores of 1953's 'Kiss Me Kate'
& requiring corporatized, fascistic pigs in bordellos to substantiate
the goings-on in such places on behalf of a benevolent nanny State
To love cocoanuts north of godly Canada is a death worse than fate
as hearts stop when blood is delayed & cows moo when hay is late
'cause maggot-meat Lou Reed wants for nothing the man must wait
Stop wearing helmets & renounce worry for that brain-injured pate

Submitted: Sunday, April 20, 2014

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I hold your sexy legs thusly to ward off the oddly-timed blood clot
Once clingy dust is outlawed then it'll be purveyors of mud sought
Cows are dry, farmers have died and I've gold coins for cud bought
Amply-armed breeders take cover to get what the studliest stud got
Hades and Rental Hen pits ma Roiling Stoves!

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