Snow White's Unveiling - Poem by Yen Cress
They call me Snow White,
And they say I'm 'Just right! '
I'm known for my pure pulchritude.
Those Dwarfs thought they knew me;
They thought they saw through me;
But the truth is, I'm not such a prude.
Doc Wilde wrote a verse
Some may think is perverse,
He says Jiminy Cricket is lewd!
That he peeked through the bushes
To admire ladies' tushes-
But Doc Wilde is the one who is rude!
No please don't be harsh-
What Jim does in the marsh
Is between him and the ladies he woos.
Doc knows what went on,
In the swamp before dawn-
Why wasn't he home in a snooze?
Now I'm not going to say
Doc's not right in a way-
Jim's a horny young thing, it is true!
I was with Jim that night,
And I'll swear by the light
Of the moon-we sure burned up that bayou!
Dedicated to Doc Wilde, with love!
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