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Ode to My Penis
or Opus 2, The Finished Poem
(c) Dr Wes Browning

[Note #1: This poem is of course not in reality about my concrete penis, but rather it is about that "Abstract Universal Penis Hung On Us All That Squirts Life Into The Anima Mundane Everywhere" It also clearly exudes in structure as well as in content to the Passion of Jesus, to the soul of the True Adam, and to that blue guy in those Hindu pictures.------------------------The Poet]

[Note #2: The poem is in four stanzas because the number four is so often neglected and ignored. It really is a cool number and more poems should be written with four stanzas. Appropriately, number signs (#) are used to separate the four stanzas from each other, according to the scheme:

                           1 # 2
                              3
                              4                       ---The Poet's Dick]


   There is a part of me   # He's not  like  a tree,
 I consider the Keenest- # You'd know if you'd seen us,
 From  out of Him I pee;  # But He gives me great glee
 I call  him  my  Penis.    # My   happy   friend  Penis.
 Penis,   Penis,  Penis,    # Penis,     Penis,    Penis,
 Penis,   Penis,  Penis,    # Penis,     Penis,    Penis,
  From out of Him I pee; # But He gives me great glee
   I call  him  my Penis. # My happy  friend Penis.
              ########################
              OnceHeContrivedToGetFree
              AndPlay about between us.
              And we made,of ourselves,
              one     of    our     we-
              When    ALAS     Mr.Penis
              Became     Mr.    Weenus.
              Weenus,  Weenus,  Weenus,
              Weenus,  Weenus,  Weenus,
              When    ALAS     Mr.Penis
              Became     Mr.    Weenus.
              ##################
              Penis,    Penis,   Penis,
              Penis,    Penis,   Penis,
              Penis,    Penis,   Penis,
              Penis,    Penis,   Penis,
              Penis,    Penis,   Penis,
              Penis,    Penis,   Penis,
            From   out   of   Him  I come,
              I call Him my best friend,
                 My happy  companion,
                   My good  buddy,
                       Mr.Penis.


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