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Turkish Angora Poems

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The priest who wants to rest RELOADED Ivo Cosentino Verse turkish angora, art, city, nonsense, repetition,

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Turkish Angora Poem Example

The priest who wants to rest RELOADED

The priest who wants to rest
went fishing with his dear cousin Nora
A very nice lady, ginger and intrepid.
Today she adopted a Turkish Angora

The priest who wants to rest
took a shower early which he enjoyed
The water he truly liked, it was tepid;
and he sang an ode to Sigmund Freud

The priest who wants to rest
has read the Bible sixty nine times more than Tom;
his second favorite book yet not his number one;
The one he likes the most is The Population Bomb.

The priest who wants to rest
played chess with the pigmy who loves giraffes;
Our priest was shocked: the Faroese midget won!
Horrid event! He can't afford such gaffes!

The priest who wants to rest
states indignant that medicine kills millions
and also adds that doctors are dangerous.
Some of his ecclesiastic opinions.

The priest who wants to rest
has composed a most terrific hymn
with both hands (he is ambidextrous);
A valid reason to admire him.

The priest who wants to rest
painted a most fine picture of a city,
and explained to me what is a monsoon;
Explanation and picture were witty.

The priest who wants to rest
got a visit from his sweet sister Odette;
They shared a very fine meal at noon;
His sister cooked a luscious omelette.

The priest who wants to rest
adores his nieces and nephews;
By the way, they are very young;
yet both have deep political views.

The priest who wants to rest
is nowadays studying Tagalog;
He is very glad learning this new tongue.
I notice he is happy and agog.

He will come back. His return will be swell.
In the meantime, you have a poem to digest.
For he is a man of morals and no mannerisms.
He is the priest, the priest who wants to rest.

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