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Add A Monkey

Boring meeting? Listless mime? Add a monkey. Party time! Take your day From foul to funky– Ask me how! (Hint: Add a monkey.) Pleased to meet you, sir. What cheer? Hip-hip-hooray! The monkey’s here! Added monkey’s Not redeeming? Sir, wake … Continue reading

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Same Again, Ladies?

Two small primates held their water Longer than they’d either oughter. Both expired; one went soft And toppled, t’other reeks aloft.

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It’s Not About The Monkey

The monkey in the overcoat That looks like what Columbo wore Except it’s buttoned to the throat Won’t show me magic anymore Unless I promise not to cry When things I don’t expect occur But I will not comply ’cause … Continue reading

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One For The Ladies

Two dead monkeys rotting in a tree– Died by trying not to pee. One got swelly, popped and fell; One’s still up there. (That’s that smell.)

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It Only Smells Old

Attend the invisible monkeys, my brother As bees in a wood they flog oats to each other In smugly anhyphenate jingles they wuther ‘Til ennui descends and they glum home to mother

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