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Herbert Nehrlich

Rookie (04 October 1943 / Germany)

Only The Best For You, Gina!


Lovely Gina ate cake with some icing
I was there, just to help with the slicing.
Took my eyes off the cake
which was one big mistake.
Well I found lovely Gina enticing.

So the slice was the shape of the Moon
and she called me a greedy buffoon.
So we ate it together
still discussing then whether
we ought to obtain a large spoon.

Full of cake lovely Gina got up
filled with Burgundy one coffee cup.
Then we washed down the cake
and went down to the lake
where I called her my burgundy pup.

So you see, when old geesers start dreaming
and imagining, lusting and scheming
it should not be alluded
or even included
in a limerick that may be redeeming.

Have a Happy and Many Returns!
As the world, that big volleyball turns,
you are one lovely lass
with a beautiful a**
can I meet you at night, in the Ferns?

Submitted: Friday, January 05, 2007
Edited: Saturday, December 18, 2010

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  • Rookie Alison Cassidy (1/6/2007 2:04:00 AM)

    Herbie, another taste morsel from your poetic pantry for one hell of a lady and fine poet. Clever penning, as usual. love, Allie xxxxxxxxxx Happy Birthday Gina! ! ! (Report) Reply

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