Limerick - Hugh Jasso - Poem by Brian Mayo
There once was a guy named Hugh Jasso
Who mastered the rope and the lasso
Then he hog-tied the dame
Who made fun of his name
Now they're married and live in El Paso.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Then I googled the name, out of curiosity, because it was just too obvious a moniker for me to have been the first one to think of it...
Indeed, there seems to be several people out there using this name online. Oh well. Written 1/10/16
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