The man with the big brown hat

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So this is a very random poem inspired by some person πŸ˜€

I didn’t give it much thought, i don’t even know if it makes sense, but I thought to share it anyways.

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He came alone,

Paddling a long sleek boat,

He had huge teeth for a smile,

The man with the big brown hat.

*

He had stopped to ask

How to get to the city ark,

I couldn’t tell, he was a stranger,

The man with the big brown hat.

*

One long look at him,

He professed his urgent need,

A sylph to bear him child,

The man with the big brown hat.

*

He had paddled night and day,

Oh what a big shame,

Do I tell him he took the wrong path,

The man with the big brown hat.

*

As I told him he had come the wrong way,

My eyes mirrored his dismay,

Then, he bared his face for the first time,

The man with the big brown hat.

*

What a pity, oh my,

He had the loveliest set of eyes,

I was swooned, oh my heart,

The man with the big brown hat.

*

Okay bye, he said and left,

He came alone like I said,

But during the little time I spared,

The man with the big brown hat now had my heart.

*

He lied, what a brute!

Nothing about him was true.

Not his eyes, nor his smile

The man with the big brown hat.

*

I was mad, and sad,

For the stranger had gone with my heart,

But lo, he returned in a flight,

The man with the big brown hat.

*

He had found in me,

What he seeked down the creeks

So he went on his kneels

The man with the big brown hat.

*

Be my wife,

Bear me child,

He cooed,

Oh my man with the hat.

*

I agreed,

Oh my bliss,

For I found happily ever after,

With the man with the big brown hat.

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