Three Limericks about Boobies!

XXI Days of Poetry - Day the Sixteenth

Three Limericks about Boobies!

There was a woman from Ohio
Had big boobs, oh mee-oh my-oh
They froze in the winter 
Would almost splinter
But good to go by Cinco de Mayo

There was a woman from Alberta
Tits to scare a moose - whole herd-a
She said of her boulders, 
"As I get older, 
They less feel great and more just hurt-a."

Cindy hailed from Albuquerque
With perfect breasts - all firm and perky
Boys came from around 
To see her sweet mounds
Then back home to their life of jerky. 

One could argue this is a companion piece to a poem I wrote a few years ago for Breast Cancer Awareness Week. I'm all about awareness.

XXXI Days of Poetry (2016)

Read more Poetry, including previous year's "31 Days"

[ART - 
     Intro: "Nu etendu au Bouquet de Roses" by Delphin Enjolras.. (1857-1945)
     1st Limerick: "Musidora: The Bather - 'At The Doubtful Breeze Alarmed'" by William Etty (1787-1849)
     2nd Limerick: "Lost In Reverie" by Steve Hanks (1945-2015) - for more of his work, take a look at his Gallery
     3rd Limerick: "Jupiter and Callisto" by Peter Paul Rubens (1593-1652)
     Outtro: "Ruth" by Francesco Hayez (1791-1882)]

 ...and my mother can't get mad because it's all classical art!

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