Your fruit-sorting skills are somewhat
Overrated, I’d like to rebut
I may be a pee-wee
But I’m surely no kiwi
So keep labels off of my butt
Was he too fuzzy, Tina M.?
It’s a hare with wild hair! Why, it’s crazy up there! It sticks up in the air like it just doesn’t care! Is it suave, debonair? Or does it just scare? People stare and declare “That hair’s a nightmare!” How unfair! This hair can compare with the best anywhere! With the swells in Mayfair! The fresh prince of Bel-Air! The unkempt college profs who espouse laissez-faire! With a prickly pear in Elsmere, Delaware! From rich millionaire to the poor on welfare, from the mane of the mare to the bristle of bear, show me hair with such flair to spare on the square, you I dare!
Today’s Dr. Seuss Day, just ask any teacher
But I’d rather query this quizzical creature
With the grinchiest grin your eyes ever saw,
It looks just like something the Doctor might draw.
Such a Seussian face needs a Seussian name
Something suitably slimy, yet nice all the same.
Like “Sneezix” or “Glorch” or perhaps something long,
Like “Flat-headed Bumble-eyed Thing-a-ma-bong.”
If you think of a Seussish-type name you can share
Just type it below in the comments down there.
Or if you’re creeped out and not into all that
Enjoy this Seuss staple — a cat in a hat.