Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Jingle's loverly poetry.

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Literary Lovers Lane.

Together we’d drive to the dance,
Then park and read books of romance.
But when we read Chaucer
A gruff law enforcer
Said, ‘Keep your romance in your pants!’






Less bawdy poetrycan be found at Jingle Poetry Challenge.
Pic borrowed from
here.

8 comments:

  1. Pretty hard to curb the bawdy.

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  2. Wise words of Chaucer....but so far mankind has never listened to that one....good thing...or we would be running out of people....:-) Love your poetic humor Stafford!

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  3. you always have a way to tickle us.
    beautiful humor,
    fancy love poem...

    cleverly done...
    xx

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  4. Glad to see Jingle's sinful poetry turning into lovely poetry...

    keep your talent coming,
    many thanks for the contribution...

    chuckles.

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  5. http://thursdaypoetsrallypoetry.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/the-celebrate-poet-of-september-award-nomination-announcement/

    how are you?
    please vote when you have a moment,

    you are nominated, automatically, u win 1 vote,
    when you vote for other poets, u win another vote for yourself,

    thanks for the attention.

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  6. Now THAT's the kind of stuff I would liked to have mortified my old English teacher with...! Thanks for the giggle, Stafford!

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