Mac Adrone Adonay


Crazy Poem 2


You are chased by a giant
Jungle man, stop on your hunt
You’re exhausted and you pant
I have here an eggplant,
You may get it if you want
I know you’re scared of an ant
Eat it, you’ll be a gallant
Moreover, it can be your deodorant.

Submitted: Sunday, February 02, 2014

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  • Veteran Poet - 3,024 Points Bri Edwards (2/7/2014 10:18:00 PM)

    i've heard, i think, that some ants produce chemicals beneficial to themselves, but i didn't know i could eat them and have deodorant protection. thanks for the info, bro. tomorrow i'll go out back and roll around on the anthill. i'll be able to save some money if i use less soap and water.
    as for this being a crazy poem, i've read quite a few on ph which did not contain crazy in their titles, but they seemed pretty crazy to me.

    please send the eggplant to my post office box address. thanks. and thanks for sharing this crazy, and not so bad, poem. :) bri (Report) Reply

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