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P is for Porcupine ©

Frank E Gibbard
London, England
2006

Porcupines by Nature’s deft designs
Protected against their enemy by dint of spines
Which lay a minefield for the sexual act
Unless approached with utmost tact
The simple business of reproduction
Pawplayed by careful introduction
Of one to the other, a precise seduction
Before attempted impregnation
While risking thus a painful prick
Porcupines pull off their prickly trick
Of prestidigitation.



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