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Footsteps approaching
Rattling of pocket chains
Low music plays past earphones
Cleared throats
half wit laughs
The super human monkey men enter the class
they exclaim while spinning in circles
one stops to touch the floor
in seek of his balance
They make signs of their power
the shape of an S then an M
Stands for super monkey
the super monkey men

(based on 3 students from my freshmen year whose leader's last name was Munkee)

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The following comments are for "Super human monkey men"
by DrBlack

God bless monkeys. God bless them, every one.

Fun poem! Combining monkeys with S&M and hyperactive students works for me.

( Posted by: Viper9 [Member] On: November 25, 2004 )

Firstly your profile cracked me up, I know exactly what you meant by 'secular nose'. As I work for a Jewish company I suppose I would get it!!

This screams of your observational humour. This piece just shows there is nothing wrong with being limber for a little bit of pain. Unless you are a chunky monkey instead of a cheeky monkey cos then it might make my stomach turn.


I'm off on a monkey tangent now and I have a meeting!!!


( Posted by: londongrey [Member] On: November 25, 2004 )

Ben & Jerrys
Although I have never turned down a bowl of ice cream or a banana at that matter, Ive yet to try chunky monkey.
I am not a monkey. For that I am proud. If you were to see these students you would be able to see beyond the shadow of a doubt how regardless of their parents fortune non remained into the second year.

( Posted by: DrBlack [Member] On: November 25, 2004 )

School for Boys
This makes me remember movies like Catholic Boys, Emperor's Club, etc... You write with a breath of fresh air (I am aware this is the second time you heard this from me) and I notice your titles are usually irresistible.

( Posted by: PETERPAULINO [Member] On: November 28, 2004 )

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