Maddy Jones

(March 2nd,1988 / Kennewick, Wa)

The Mess Of A Man


Meet a man,
A man named Harry,
He's in need of a shave,
And it's quite scary,

He's got hair on his chest,
Hair on his back,
Hair on his ass,
And hair in his crack,

He leaves hair on the soap,
Hair on the floor,
Hair every place,
Including the store,

Harry, dear Harry,
Do something, please,
Your hair retains odor,
And you reek of cheese!

Look at your cat,
What will you do?
Your cat's hairballs,
They're the hairs from you!

No hope, it seems,
For your hairiness,
It'll just regrow,
So live in your mess.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 14, 2006

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  • Leysan Timirboulatova (11/21/2006 9:57:00 PM)

    This poem is one of the funniest poems I have ever read! It's awesome Maddy Jones! You're a good poet! Is there any other poems you wrote that are on the website? ? ? ?

    U ROCK! (Report) Reply

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