Friday, April 20, 2012

Blankety-Blank


All night I worshipped her blankety-blank
without a single thankety-thank

so I called her a middle-aged blankety-blank
(to give her collar a yankety-yank)

then I pinched her on the blankety-blank
(it was really just a prankety-prank)

she hissed "don't you touch my blankety-blank!"
(I was hoping she'd give me a spankety-spank)

but she just covered up her blankety-blank
and asked how much I drankety-drank

and then my heart just sankety-sank
when she declared

"never again, will you
blankety-blank my blankety-blank!"

(NOTE: This was the only thing I could think of that had a couplet.  It's from 2008, and written for a laugh.  Hope you had one. Posted for http://dversepoets.com/ #FormForAll.)

9 comments:

  1. Ha! Hilarious. I love it.

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  2. Laughter IS the best medicine:0 Thanks for today's dose!

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  3. Much the funniness, dear Moskity-blank. You have no idea how much I needed the laugh.

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  4. Well it's really funny - but this challenge is not about ordinary couplets. Read the article again closely and I think you'll see. You probably will want to write a new poem, but thanks for linking in.

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  5. Fantastico
    Moskowitzko

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  6. enjoy the couch...smiles


    this was hilarious man...

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  7. Bwahahaha....Kudos for a great write and for bringing lightness, prompt rebel. ;)

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  8. It's rare to see an NC-17 rated poem, but here it is.

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