Robert Edgar Burns
I - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns
I am wasted down to skin and bones
But what keeps it all together?
It's one hundred pounds of extra fat,
So I stay warm in all cool weather.
I'm as young as I have ever been
During this moment in space and time.
But if I lived over in Australia,
I'd be a day older and that's not fine.
I asked a beauty to prove she was a woman.
And she started to lift her skirt.
I said "no no no, won't you open your mouth,
And nag me till I leave for work? "
I truly believe the verse above
Won't be laughed at by many gals.
But I know I will get some chuckles
At work when I tell my pals.
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