Revelations Of The Male Species: Poems 1 To 5
Author: Colin Stewart
Early man climbed the hill to the other side.
His inquisitive nature would not be denied.
He spotted a few others with nothing to hide
in their prehistoric march for gay pride!
This was the end of the outlaw trail
but not for those who did prevail
and teach an enduring history lesson
courtesy of Mr. Smith and Mr. Wesson!
He imitated a monkey by using his feet
with plenty of bananas for him to eat
but as dignity personified from his piano seat
that nice Mr. Rachmaninoff was not discreet!
Wandering around and lost in thought
Einstein was weary and a bit overwrought
with the burden of the world on his mind
when a home address is hard to find!
They didn't catch him in his day.
Jack the Ripper just slipped away
but had forensic evidence come into play
the name might be different with D.N.A.
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