413 – Passing Fancies

Poem number 413

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Passing Fancies

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I used to fancy Madonna

In the 90s when she was still fit

My passion grew colder

As she got much older

With varicose veins on her tits.

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For beauty is transient, sadly

In time every siren will fall

Like poor Anne Boleyn

Who was sexy as sin

But beheaded? She’d no looks at all.

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And what of incredible Helen of Troy

Whose face sent the world into war?

Those luscious red lips

That launched all those ships

Slowly rotted and turned into gore.

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And Cleo the Queen of Egyptians

So lovely she near toppled Rome?

A solitary prang

From a venomous fang

And her beauty packed up and went home.

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So don’t feel too bad for Madonna

Whose sex appeal’s faded so fast

All bubbles will burst

So she isn’t the first

And she certainly wont be the last.

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