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Humphrey Hoblinski's Way.

Poetry By: Terry Collett
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Humphrey Hoblinski liked the broads from the Eastside.

Didn’t care if they were small of mind or morals

Just as long as they were large of breasts and appetite


Submitted:Apr 3, 2007    Reads: 100    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


Humphrey Hoblinski liked the broads from the Eastside.

Didn't care if they were small of mind or morals

Just as long as they were large of breasts and appetite.

Humphrey had his way of winking eyes

And swaying his hips

And digging words from his lips

That could move a dame to smile or blush.

Humphrey had that sexy grin

That could move dames out or move them in

And when he clapped his hands

Or stomped his feet in deep-crazed anger

Worlds collapsed and girls kept running.





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