Chewing Gum - Poem by gershon hepner
For President Ford chewing gum was
a problem while crossing the road,
but surely a man far more dumb was
the prince who was kissed as a toad.
for chewing while crossing is harder
than seeking illicitly kisses
that girls may give princes with passion and ardor
but mess up their lives with their missus.
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