Ancient Greeks - Poem by Juan Olivarez
The ancient greeks were great warriors,
Alexander the great, conquered the known world.
But their sexual habits,
Left a lot to be desired.
Most all greek warriors were married,
In their sense of the word.
Yet their wifes were merely for procreation.
Each male warrior in order not to father too many children,
Also had a male lover.
And most of their sexual exploits were with other men.
The ancient Greeks left us a lot.
Including our decadent society.
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