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Re: Group Poem XIX

Postby Audiendus » Wed Feb 19, 2014 7:28 pm

The Sainting of Saint Valentine

Before we canonize this man, there should be intercourse
Let us with lusty voices pray for God's all-guiding force
Then lead us to a pleasing climax when the meeting's done
And now 'tis my desire that we proceed to Item One

He's dead for sure? No man can stay erect and be a saint!
We might arouse dispute if we abolish this constraint
A little death, the housemaid said, with screams and quivers, too
Agreed? OK – his acts of love are next in our review

I've heard he did the copulating when young people wed
With penetrating sermons on apocalyptic dread
Yet, even so, more couples came with orgiastic glee
To watch him mount the pulpit and expound on Charity

Although he wasn’t well endowed, he kept on putting out
His seminal advice on giving alms and quelling doubt
One wintry day, he placed his gift inside a widow’s muff
"My pleasure!" he exclaimed. "Is one denarius enough?"
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Re: Group Poem XIX

Postby saparris » Thu Feb 20, 2014 12:28 am

The Sainting of Saint Valentine

Before we canonize this man, there should be intercourse
Let us with lusty voices pray for God's all-guiding force
Then lead us to a pleasing climax when the meeting's done
And now 'tis my desire that we proceed to Item One

He's dead for sure? No man can stay erect and be a saint!
We might arouse dispute if we abolish this constraint
A little death, the housemaid said, with screams and quivers, too
Agreed? OK – his acts of love are next in our review

I've heard he did the copulating when young people wed
With penetrating sermons on apocalyptic dread
Yet, even so, more couples came with orgiastic glee
To watch him mount the pulpit and expound on Charity

Although he wasn’t well endowed, he kept on putting out
His seminal advice on giving alms and quelling doubt
One wintry day, he placed his gift inside a widow’s muff
"My pleasure!" he exclaimed. "Is one denarius enough?"

We'll pull it off—if we can find a miracle or two!
Ars longa, vita brevis
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Re: Group Poem XIX

Postby Audiendus » Thu Feb 20, 2014 9:02 am

The Sainting of Saint Valentine

Before we canonize this man, there should be intercourse
Let us with lusty voices pray for God's all-guiding force
Then lead us to a pleasing climax when the meeting's done
And now 'tis my desire that we proceed to Item One

He's dead for sure? No man can stay erect and be a saint!
We might arouse dispute if we abolish this constraint
A little death, the housemaid said, with screams and quivers, too
Agreed? OK – his acts of love are next in our review

I've heard he did the copulating when young people wed
With penetrating sermons on apocalyptic dread
Yet, even so, more couples came with orgiastic glee
To watch him mount the pulpit and expound on Charity

Although he wasn’t well endowed, he kept on putting out
His seminal advice on giving alms and quelling doubt
One wintry day, he placed his gift inside a widow’s muff
"My pleasure!" he exclaimed. "Is one denarius enough?"

We'll pull it off—if we can find a miracle or two!
They say he brought forth angels at one service – is that true?
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Re: Group Poem XIX

Postby saparris » Thu Feb 20, 2014 1:45 pm

The Sainting of Saint Valentine

Before we canonize this man, there should be intercourse
Let us with lusty voices pray for God's all-guiding force
Then lead us to a pleasing climax when the meeting's done
And now 'tis my desire that we proceed to Item One

He's dead for sure? No man can stay erect and be a saint!
We might arouse dispute if we abolish this constraint
A little death, the housemaid said, with screams and quivers, too
Agreed? OK – his acts of love are next in our review

I've heard he did the copulating when young people wed
With penetrating sermons on apocalyptic dread
Yet, even so, more couples came with orgiastic glee
To watch him mount the pulpit and expound on Charity

Although he wasn’t well endowed, he kept on putting out
His seminal advice on giving alms and quelling doubt
One wintry day, he placed his gift inside a widow’s muff
"My pleasure!" he exclaimed. "Is one denarius enough?"

We'll pull it off—if we can find a miracle or two!
They say he brought forth angels at one service – is that true?
I heard him moan, I saw him shake, and then the angels came
Ars longa, vita brevis
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Re: Group Poem XIX

Postby Audiendus » Thu Feb 20, 2014 8:13 pm

The Sainting of Saint Valentine

Before we canonize this man, there should be intercourse
Let us with lusty voices pray for God's all-guiding force
Then lead us to a pleasing climax when the meeting's done
And now 'tis my desire that we proceed to Item One

He's dead for sure? No man can stay erect and be a saint!
We might arouse dispute if we abolish this constraint
A little death, the housemaid said, with screams and quivers, too
Agreed? OK – his acts of love are next in our review

I've heard he did the copulating when young people wed
With penetrating sermons on apocalyptic dread
Yet, even so, more couples came with orgiastic glee
To watch him mount the pulpit and expound on Charity

Although he wasn’t well endowed, he kept on putting out
His seminal advice on giving alms and quelling doubt
One wintry day, he placed his gift inside a widow’s muff
"My pleasure!" he exclaimed. "Is one denarius enough?"

We'll pull it off—if we can find a miracle or two!
They say he brought forth angels at one service – is that true?
I heard him moan, I saw him shake, and then the angels came
He asked them: "How's your Father?" and they said "Oh, just the same"
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Re: Group Poem XIX

Postby saparris » Fri Feb 21, 2014 2:52 pm

The Sainting of Saint Valentine

Before we canonize this man, there should be intercourse
Let us with lusty voices pray for God's all-guiding force
Then lead us to a pleasing climax when the meeting's done
And now 'tis my desire that we proceed to Item One

He's dead for sure? No man can stay erect and be a saint!
We might arouse dispute if we abolish this constraint
A little death, the housemaid said, with screams and quivers, too
Agreed? OK – his acts of love are next in our review

I've heard he did the copulating when young people wed
With penetrating sermons on apocalyptic dread
Yet, even so, more couples came with orgiastic glee
To watch him mount the pulpit and expound on Charity

Although he wasn’t well endowed, he kept on putting out
His seminal advice on giving alms and quelling doubt
One wintry day, he placed his gift inside a widow’s muff
"My pleasure!" he exclaimed. "Is one denarius enough?"

We'll pull it off—if we can find a miracle or two!
They say he brought forth angels at one service – is that true?
I heard him moan, I saw him shake, and then the angels came
He asked them: "How's your Father?" and they said "Oh, just the same"

So let’s go down on this hard thing and call for a decree
Ars longa, vita brevis
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Re: Group Poem XIX

Postby Audiendus » Fri Feb 21, 2014 4:05 pm

The Sainting of Saint Valentine

Before we canonize this man, there should be intercourse
Let us with lusty voices pray for God's all-guiding force
Then lead us to a pleasing climax when the meeting's done
And now 'tis my desire that we proceed to Item One

He's dead for sure? No man can stay erect and be a saint!
We might arouse dispute if we abolish this constraint
A little death, the housemaid said, with screams and quivers, too
Agreed? OK – his acts of love are next in our review

I've heard he did the copulating when young people wed
With penetrating sermons on apocalyptic dread
Yet, even so, more couples came with orgiastic glee
To watch him mount the pulpit and expound on Charity

Although he wasn’t well endowed, he kept on putting out
His seminal advice on giving alms and quelling doubt
One wintry day, he placed his gift inside a widow’s muff
"My pleasure!" he exclaimed. "Is one denarius enough?"

We'll pull it off—if we can find a miracle or two!
They say he brought forth angels at one service – is that true?
I heard him moan, I saw him shake, and then the angels came
He asked them: "How's your Father?" and they said "Oh, just the same"

So let’s go down on this hard thing and call for a decree
He does the business: virtue, death, and Christian conjury
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Re: Group Poem XIX

Postby saparris » Fri Feb 21, 2014 5:14 pm

The Sainting of Saint Valentine

Before we canonize this man, there should be intercourse
Let us with lusty voices pray for God's all-guiding force
Then lead us to a pleasing climax when the meeting's done
And now 'tis my desire that we proceed to Item One

He's dead for sure? No man can stay erect and be a saint!
We might arouse dispute if we abolish this constraint
A little death, the housemaid said, with screams and quivers, too
Agreed? OK – his acts of love are next in our review

I've heard he did the copulating when young people wed
With penetrating sermons on apocalyptic dread
Yet, even so, more couples came with orgiastic glee
To watch him mount the pulpit and expound on Charity

Although he wasn’t well endowed, he kept on putting out
His seminal advice on giving alms and quelling doubt
One wintry day, he placed his gift inside a widow’s muff
"My pleasure!" he exclaimed. "Is one denarius enough?"

We'll pull it off—if we can find a miracle or two!
They say he brought forth angels at one service – is that true?
I heard him moan, I saw him shake, and then the angels came
He asked them: "How's your Father?" and they said "Oh, just the same"

So let’s go down on this hard thing and call for a decree
He does the business: virtue, death, and Christian conjury
Then everyone ejaculated, "Praise all things divine!"
Ars longa, vita brevis
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Re: Group Poem XIX

Postby Audiendus » Fri Feb 21, 2014 11:32 pm

The Sainting of Saint Valentine

Before we canonize this man, there should be intercourse
Let us with lusty voices pray for God's all-guiding force
Then lead us to a pleasing climax when the meeting's done
And now 'tis my desire that we proceed to Item One

He's dead for sure? No man can stay erect and be a saint!
We might arouse dispute if we abolish this constraint
A little death, the housemaid said, with screams and quivers, too
Agreed? OK – his acts of love are next in our review

I've heard he did the copulating when young people wed
With penetrating sermons on apocalyptic dread
Yet, even so, more couples came with orgiastic glee
To watch him mount the pulpit and expound on Charity

Although he wasn’t well endowed, he kept on putting out
His seminal advice on giving alms and quelling doubt
One wintry day, he placed his gift inside a widow’s muff
"My pleasure!" he exclaimed. "Is one denarius enough?"

We'll pull it off—if we can find a miracle or two!
They say he brought forth angels at one service – is that true?
I heard him moan, I saw him shake, and then the angels came
He asked them: "How's your Father?" and they said "Oh, just the same"

So let’s go down on this hard thing and call for a decree
He does the business: virtue, death, and Christian conjury
Then everyone ejaculated, "Praise all things divine!
Sex laudes Deo! Clap your hands! Arise, Saint Valentine!"

[The Latin means "Six praises to God"]
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Re: Group Poem XIX

Postby Perry Lassiter » Sat Feb 22, 2014 2:20 pm

Sex laudes autores!!
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Re: Group Poem XIX

Postby saparris » Sat Feb 22, 2014 2:56 pm

Many thanks.

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