Herbs 'n Planz


Calling Ralph


If you think that no-one cares
Tell it to the man upstairs
Selfish people do their thing
On a prayer and a wing
As a stallion mounts the mare
Watched by rabbit mother hare
Procreate she felt it mattered
Orgasmic come, Earth was shattered
As the day turned cold and cloudy
Teens on footpath, drunk and rowdy
Night claims quickly day’s defeat
Welcome, ladies of the street
Captain Salvo on patrol
Out to save a single soul
Tempted by a glass of booze
Size f breasts, this man could loose
Morning prayer on his knees
In a world of fumes and sleeze.

Submitted: Friday, November 13, 2009

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