Herbert Nehrlich 2
Limerick C - H - Four - Poem by Herbert Nehrlich 2
There once was a curly-haired tart,
she was trying to capture his heart.
When he squeezed her for fun
on the left lower bun
she let out a malodorous fart.
This big fart formed a cloud in the sky,
turning green like fresh Rhubarb Chunk Pie,
all the oxygen was
due to Warnbrugger's Laws
taken up by a carbon but why?
C H FOUR is the primary gas,
that escapes from a sapiens ass,
Yet each H likes to link
to an O in the blink
of the sound as the gas comes to pass.
So the methane comes out where it finds
a new world quite removed from behinds.
Then each H may attach
to the tempting round snatch
and molecular union sure binds.
Said the chemist, this strange proposition
is as silly as circumcision,
when an H targets O
it would certainly know
that it causes not love but abscission.
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