justin byerline

Rookie (09-30-1980 / springfield illinois)

A Hoe Named Joe - Poem by justin byerline

Give me a new way
To the dawn of a new day
FInd me a hoe
Hope her name isn't Joe
Undo my zipper-JACK THE RIPPER!
Take away my toy
So i will be filled with joy
Wrap me in leather
And give me a feather
Tell my mother
I love my brother
Then put me in a dryer
And hand out a flyer
Cut off my thumb
And tell me you're not dumb
Wise men drive a skylark
We all have the mark!
Nostradomas said
We are all dead
Accept my grandpa fred
Who i know as well
As a hoe named Joe

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 3, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, April 26, 2010


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