Herbert Nehrlich Poems
|7.||On The Balcony||6/7/2005|
|8.||All Grown Up||6/7/2005|
|11.||Juicy Corn (Children)||6/29/2005|
|12.||Firewater And Love||6/29/2005|
|13.||Mature Student Days||6/23/2005|
|14.||Wilhelm Tell - Honoured||7/20/2005|
|15.||I Do Remember||6/5/2005|
|16.||Feedback My Love||6/5/2005|
|19.||What About Eggs?||10/12/2005|
|23.||The Blue Flower||6/16/2005|
|25.||I Have Booked My Flight Mother||6/7/2005|
|29.||Flirting With Mrs. Bluerinse||11/26/2004|
|33.||Nun At The Antique Bookstore||1/3/2005|
|36.||The Birth Of The Daffodil||6/21/2005|
A Bumblebee Turns Gay
There was a little bumblebee
he went down on his bumble knee
and told the queen that he was gay
this message caused her much dismay
new friend remarked 'you humble me'.
The queen said, listen, bumblebee
I will not let you wander free
your work is here and you must breed
to plant in me that precious seed
lest all your steps a stumble be.
So bumblebee did stumble free
got off his little bumbleknee
and hand in hand with his new lover
took to the air, briefly to hover
their wings a constant mumble, see?
And both our poofter ...
To visit you was our treat,
my older brother loved you.
Though from the moment we did meet
you thought I wasn't up to
the standards of a first-born son
whose name was true tradition.
Yet you allowed us to have fun
and Opa took us fishing.