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The Wench's Stench (?!)
by Pamela June Kimmell
Sunday, October 26, 2003

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OK....this is a very silly poem - I am the FIRST to admit it - but something someone said in an email got me started down this path and I just HAD to wrap a poem around the thought!!! YOU know what I mean.....don't you?


In days of old, when knights were bold,
When wenches served the meade,
Debauchery and rowdy nights
Caused innocence to flee.

Things were so very different then
Did you ever stop to think?
They never bathed, or washed their clothes,
Imagine how they’d stink!

If you just stop and consider
About how many things
Not bathing would effect their lives
From serfs right up to Kings!

At long tables they’d sit to take their meals
Far away from one another
‘Twas not to give them eating room
Twas so they’d not smell their brother!

They’d be forever stuffing snuff
Up noses to defend
Against the smell of people near
Oh how they would offend!

Imagine wearing suits of armor
Bloody battles with deadly foes,
They may have looked quite dashing
But to get near them - HOLD YOUR NOSE!





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Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa 10/26/2003
Hey Pam!!! This is GREAT!!!..I laughed all the way through it...give us more....

Reviewed by A PAX 10/26/2003
BRAVO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I LOVE IT~
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 10/26/2003
This is a wonderful write; I'm off to take a bath!
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 10/26/2003
Ha! Ha! Yes I DO get it. It's a miracle those smelly wenches and their lovers could stand one another long enough to . . . well, DO IT! It just goes to prove that the libido s the single most powerful thing of man, er, woman, er, personkind. Hee. Hee.
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 10/26/2003
LOL and full of a truth you don't hear about often in poetry LOL.
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