(Someone copied this poem and made an atrocious ending to it thus making it very distasteful and offensive when it is meant to be just that, a beautiful lighthearted poem on making love. I encountered it in the 80s when I was a student in Singapore and managed to keep a copy of it which I posted it now. I don’t claim to be the author and I am not plagiarising it. I will give credit when due (please convince me ) because the author’s name was not on my copy, but certainly I am not going to acknowledge the one, a professor in the US shared. His version doesn’t even rhyme well or sound correct if I may be so bold to say)
This is as original as it sounds.
Adam & Eve, as everyone knows
Lived in a garden, without any clothes
And in the garden, there were two little leaves
One covered Adam, the other Eve
As the story goes, needless to say
Along came the wind, which blew them away
And the wondering sight, that made Adam stare
Was Eve’s rookie, all covered with hair
The night was calm, with a silvery moon
And soon they both found, a place to spoon
And the amazing sight, that met Eve’s eyes
Was Adam’s ‘thing’, as it started to rise
Adam thrust, with all his might
For his was big, and hers was small and tight
And forward and backward, he did stride
Till friction made Eve, all juicy inside
She jerks and moan, as he teases her darts
Her legs spread wider, as he pistons her tart
Then all of a sudden, Eve gave a loud shrill
As Adam’s ‘thing’, began to spill
Adam was so spent, but down Eve went
She sucks him wildly and devour his content
She made him twitch, and pleases him good
As Adam kept spurting, till he ran out of food
Three months later, all went well
Six months later, ‘What a swell!’
Nine months later, what a shock!
Out comes a baby, with a nine inch c’ck!
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