Robert Sheridan

Pigs Don’t Know Pigs Stink - Poem by Robert Sheridan

A strong, offensive smell
Offensive to all honesty
Disgusting odor – inferior;
Amateurish performances
at best, good at accepting
evil’s bribe;
They’re always in bad
repute – extremely low
quality, rather corrupt;
Quite scandalous, into
one controversy, or
Will emit a smell of
any kind – to them,
all that’s good is inept;
They have a sense of
extensive fuss – overhead,
a cloud of savory stench;
And they have a stigqan
to push – kkva to leap,
why, they’re even OHG;
In case ya haven’t
figured it out – Pigs
Don’t Know Pigs Stink!


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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 6, 2008

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