Dillon Gay

Oh, The Dilated Duchess! How I Love to Sniff Your Warts! (A Parody of Love Poems)

Oh, The Dilated Duchess! You are so unique!
Every time you move, your bones creak
It delights me so very much
For you to be such

Don't use deodorant... I beg you not!
Come! Let me lick your snot
I can get it straight from your beautiful, crooked nose
An invigorating sensation it would impose

The Dilated Duchess! Let me climb up your legs
Using your legs' hairs that stick out like pegs
You cold sores... let me bite them off
So its beautiful scent will perfume when I cough

Oh, The Dilated Duchess! How I love to sniff your warts!
With water running out of them like water around many docking ports
The Dilated Duchess! Why are you leaving such a fine gentleman?
Oh, I was only joking! Believe me if you can!

Submitted: Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, November 05, 2008

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  • Rookie The BoOgsin (10/28/2008 7:26:00 PM)

    hahaha ok it made me laugh....but it also made me go 'ewww'...all in all an entertaining read nonetheless. (Report) Reply

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