Cecilia wears a dainty new dress
For a lover she’s dying to impress,
And as Cecilia hurries to town
She makes all the ladies frown.
‘Cause Cecilia runs with such speed
Her flowing dress the boys heed--
They thank that in Cecilia’s haste
Her symmetry doesn’t go to waste.
As Cecilia reaches her rendez-vous
In the middle of a bustling zoo,
She spots from a distance her honey pie
Who wears a lovely, big blue tie.
Gaily he waves at his Cecilia dear
Whom he hasn’t seen for one full year,
And now he’s set with a poem and a rose
To Cecilia he’s going to propose:
“Cecilia, Cecilia, I must confess
That is really one beautiful dress,
But if you don’t mind me saying--
Even the chimpanzees are staring!”
Labels: poems and poetry