Anatomy Lesson


ANATOMICAL ODE

Don’t be afraid,
It’s how genitalia was made
Testes in a sac
Testes in a sac.

Guys need a scrotum
How else they gonna tote ‘em?
Testes in a sac
Testes in a sac.

Some words are truly scary
Like a ball bag, big and hairy
Not testes in a sac
Testes in a sac.

Embrace your inner scrote
And be happy the book was wrote
Testes in a sac
Testes in a sac.

Thanks,

, for the poetry challenge.  I’ve grown quite fond of the word "scrotum."

52 thoughts on “Anatomy Lesson

    • I had such fun doing this! I never, ever even try to write poetry because it intimidates me but something about this subject matter spoke to my inner scrote!
      Thanks for the inspiration, Jo!

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  1. I had such fun doing this! I never, ever even try to write poetry because it intimidates me but something about this subject matter spoke to my inner scrote!
    Thanks for the inspiration, Jo!

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  2. I had such fun doing this! I never, ever even try to write poetry because it intimidates me but something about this subject matter spoke to my inner scrote!
    Thanks for the inspiration, Jo!

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  3. I had such fun doing this! I never, ever even try to write poetry because it intimidates me but something about this subject matter spoke to my inner scrote!

    Thanks for the inspiration, Jo!

    Like

  4. When listing the male parts of the body verbotim
    one cannot forget the wrinke-ly scrotum
    or else he’ll turn blue, so sad–don’t you see?
    And Mr. Urethra will refuse to pee.

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  5. When listing the male parts of the body verbotim
    one cannot forget the wrinke-ly scrotum
    or else he’ll turn blue, so sad–don’t you see?
    And Mr. Urethra will refuse to pee.

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  6. When listing the male parts of the body verbotim
    one cannot forget the wrinke-ly scrotum
    or else he’ll turn blue, so sad–don’t you see?
    And Mr. Urethra will refuse to pee.

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  7. Oh my gawd! It’s a total UTUBE moment in the making! LOL! (My seven-year-old WISHES he could have an electric guitar–a REAL one, too. But NO lessons–too much work, he says!) LOL!

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  8. Oh my gawd! It’s a total UTUBE moment in the making! LOL! (My seven-year-old WISHES he could have an electric guitar–a REAL one, too. But NO lessons–too much work, he says!) LOL!

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  9. I’m thinking you morphed “verbatim” and “verboten” and came up with “Verbotim” which probably means “Although strictly forbidden, Tim nonetheless recited the poem, word for word.”

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  10. I’m thinking you morphed “verbatim” and “verboten” and came up with “Verbotim” which probably means “Although strictly forbidden, Tim nonetheless recited the poem, word for word.”

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    • Wes! So nice to see you here.
      Re: the poetry: have you heard about the “controversy” about the latest Newbery winner (THE HIGHER POWER OF LUCKY)? Some librarians are refusing to buy it for their libraries because the first page contains the word “scrotum.”
      Hence the scrotal poetry!

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  11. Wes! So nice to see you here.
    Re: the poetry: have you heard about the “controversy” about the latest Newbery winner (THE HIGHER POWER OF LUCKY)? Some librarians are refusing to buy it for their libraries because the first page contains the word “scrotum.”
    Hence the scrotal poetry!

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  12. Wes! So nice to see you here.
    Re: the poetry: have you heard about the “controversy” about the latest Newbery winner (THE HIGHER POWER OF LUCKY)? Some librarians are refusing to buy it for their libraries because the first page contains the word “scrotum.”
    Hence the scrotal poetry!

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  13. Wes! So nice to see you here.

    Re: the poetry: have you heard about the “controversy” about the latest Newbery winner (THE HIGHER POWER OF LUCKY)? Some librarians are refusing to buy it for their libraries because the first page contains the word “scrotum.”

    Hence the scrotal poetry!

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