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Dear Maggie (Free verse) by Stephen Robins
Your wet cunt is a shambles, With attendent pubic hair, It looks like Brian Blessed, Or an axe wound in a bear.

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Arithmetic Mean: 7.25
Weighted score: 5.2682066
Overall Rank: 3946
Posted: September 12, 2006 7:20 AM PDT; Last modified: September 12, 2006 7:20 AM PDT
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[8] Mr Pig @ 86.137.20.84 | 13-Sep-06/4:52 AM | Reply
I met Brian Blessed once at Sherwood Forest when he was filming episode 5 of 'Robin of Sherwood'. I was an extra back then and if you watch very closely I am the Norman who fights him at the portcullis only to get an arrow in my thigh by Robin the hoodeth man.

Blessed was a smelly foul bumptuous cretin who moaned all the time that he should have played the part of Billy Corkhill in Brookside but was considered too fat.

Too bloody rotund more like.

Lovely poem anyway it kind of celebrates the feminine aura.
[8] Mr Pig @ 86.137.20.84 | 13-Sep-06/5:15 AM | Reply
I was wondering would you be so kind as to peruse my new poem based on upper class people conversing in a local convenience store.

Kind Regards

Laurence Piggott-Smythe.
[10] Engelbert Humpalot @ 85.210.211.96 | 13-Sep-06/6:08 PM | Reply
Fucking brilliant
[n/a] Ranger @ 86.140.66.105 | 13-Sep-06/10:11 PM | Reply
Last line's pretty funny
[9] Edna Sweetlove @ 85.210.237.83 | 14-Sep-06/10:29 AM | Reply
Which part of Mr Blessed? His arsehole? Or his face?
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