(limerick) On The Beach - Poem by WES Vogler
On the beach was a girl in the nude.
So he said, in a manner quite rude,
'Let us have an embrace.'
So she ripped off his face,
Which was not the result he pursued.
(just testing the boundaries of the poet site.
Am I out of line?)
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