Hugh Hefner’s Cup of Tea

By Elton Camp In the sixties, Hefner ushed in a new age Some welcomed it but others claimed rage He was the founder of Playboy Magazine It was different from any ever before seen He associated sex with the girl living next door But without depicting her as a worthless whore Many changes the magazine made over the years As competition of others became his great fears There was one main thing Hefner knew full well It was the nude pictures that made Playboy sell Now, even at eighty-five, he knows what is up As shown by the dregs he saw in his teacup