Adultery - Poem by gershon hepner
Adultery in Massachusetts
is not allowed: the state law views its
performance to be contraband.
In Michigan such meshugas
can make you pay a heavy fine;
don’t fool there with a married lass––
it tends to make the husbands whine.
In New York I think it’s OK
to fool around with married lasses,
as most men should admit that they
desire, looking at their asses,
ignoring totally the ring
on finger four of their hot date,
adulterating in a fling,
like those who californicate
in LA, where the men are hornier
and women keep up with their speed:
that’s why I spread, in California,
around like Johnnie Appleseed.
While all but the last four lines were written in 1997, I greatly doubt that what I write about Massachusetts, Maryland, Oklahoma or Michigan is still true.
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