Monkey Madam

I cant but expect
Your avid attention
On this I reflect
For your comprehension

I once new a Guevara monkey
Who practiced mad Kung Fu
He danced especially funky
And cooked a rather mean stew

His style caused some envy
From ladies there came wonder
T’was a sexual frenzy
Till an unfortunate blunder

It was in no way poetical
When he fell on a broken cup
He broke his favorite testicle
The tone of his voice went up

He called his brothers for help
Unable to recognize his voice
Bemused at his high pitched yelp
His family left him no choice

He dressed up as a lady
Slapped on his mums makeup
People called him baby
Instead of the usual s’up

Never before had he smiled
As much as he did that day
The idea of it seemed wild
But life seemed better this way

Photo Courtesy of Brad Bartkus at Flickr

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About Matt

I love poems, I love stupid pointless not sure if the person really knows what they're writing about poems, that way who knows what might happen!
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7 Responses to Monkey Madam

  1. Raina. L says:

    Absolutely love this! Lol :] Quite a piece

  2. Feel Think Say says:

    It’s funny and I like it 🙂

  3. Bella says:

    Matt, could this possibly mean that finally someone has realized that it’s a lot more fun being a woman (or in the case of this monkey, acting like one) even if this is a male powered world? The feminist in me is over the moon! hee hee! And to think there are those who still thumb their noses at the Theory of Evolution. Going back to the beginning, that’s what I say! I thoroughly enjoyed this one! 🙂

  4. Pai says:

    I’m not that used to English poems. But this is really entertaining!

  5. Evelyn says:

    great final lines…

  6. bajanpoet says:

    Oh my word….. ROFL

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