There was a little boy
Whose name was D. J. Roy
The world stopped turning yesterday
Just so he could laugh and play
With his brand new toy.
There was a humorous president,
Whatever he said—that he meant.
Barring all else,
He made fun of himself.
For he was a comedian’s mint.
Once two old ladies lived together.
They were friends in every weather.
Though they fussed,
And though they cussed,
They somehow stuck together.
There was a pie on a bench nearby,
Which took a hit from a hungry guy.
And before too long,
The pie was all gone—
It was eaten by the hungry guy.
My brother tipped up on some luck,
And bought himself a brand new truck.
The truck was black,
And had great knack.
And my brother did not owe a buck.
Once two brothers lived in a cave;
Poor were they with nothing to save.
But, somehow, their luck
A HUGE fortune struck!
And cheers to dumping the cave.
Where Faith Leads
Wherever faith leads,
I will follow,
Like the blind—
Not knowing the way.
Faith is my eyes.
And faith is my ears.
I will follow as faith
Lt leads the way.
There was a rabbit that had no home;
Such hopping soul could only roam.
Where ever he’d pass,
He'd eat of the grass.
And such, for him, was the norm.
There was a sleepy head, you see
She was as sleepy as could be
When at night she didn’t rest,
Daytime put her to the test.
And, oh, that sleepy head was me.
There was a woman whose name was Bella.
She sported an old black umbrella.
The town folks were stunned
To find it was a gun
When she pointed it at an old fella.