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T. R. Smith, comp.  Poetica Erotica: Rare and Curious Amatory Verse.  1921–22.
 
“A Young Man and a Maid”
Anonymous
 
(From Pills to Purge Melancholy, 1720)

A YOUNG Man and a Maid, put in all, put in all,
Together lately played, put in all;
The Young Man was in Jest,
O the Maid she did protest:
She bid him do his best, put in all, put in all.        5
 
With that her rolling Eyes, put in all, put in all,
Turned upward to the Skies, put in all;
My Skin is White you see,
My Smock above my Knee,
What would you more of me, put in all, put in all.        10
 
I hope my Neck and Breast, put in all, put in all,
Lie open to your chest, put in all,
The Young Man was in heat,
The Maid did soundly Sweat,
A little farther get, put in all, put in all.        15
 
According to her Will, put in all, put in all,
This Young Man try’d his Skill, put in all;
But the Proverb plain does tell,
That use them ne’er so well,
For an Inch they’d take an Ell, put in all, put in all.        20
 
When they had ended sport, put in all, put in all,
She found him all too short, put in all;
For when he’d done his best,
The Maid she did protest,
’Twas nothing but a Jest, put in all, put in all.        25
 
 
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