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The stars so bright
On this moonlit night
The waves roll to shore
Nights like this I want more
The beach at midnight
Sitting by the beach one summers day
I turned to my girlfriend to say
Shall we go for a swim
It's cold not too grim
Splish splashing in love do we play
Two bodies now exit the cold blue
Only one of us appears to be true
Now shapely and pert
Her body so alert
My desire is now to pursue
To the beach towel she says on the turn
My love you've turned into a worm
The cold water has spoken
At least it's a token
When warmed I'm sure it will squirm
There was an old hag called Rebecca,
Who haunted the shore as a wrecker,
As she flashed out her light
To the ships in the night,
She cackled, ‘I know I’m no lekker.’
For Suzette’s lekker contest
Soon the curious swelled to a mob.
as they gathered to gape at the glob.
Someone prods with a stick.
as another screams: " Quick!"
"We must run for our lives! It's the Blob!"
There's a beautiful beach named Manly
I once used to swim there, oh, daily
O'er the waves I would frolic
Get dumped and mutter "Bollocks!"
Damn that beautiful beach named Manly.
c ELR 2013
Preparing his conference speech
Old man ended up on nude beach
By virtue or vise
He stuck his device
In each blowhole he could reach