An Ostracized Ostrich
Written: by Tom Wright
An ostrich, which was Sue so dubbed
Thought surely she had been snubbed
Though given wings, a pair
They wouldn’t lift her to air
Leaving her to think somebody flubbed
Rotund rhinoceros, short chubby legs
Gingerly walks between old ostrich eggs
She is full of sass
As she makes a pass
Please get me a rainbow tutu, she begs.
There was a man from Australia,
Who in life was an utter failure, So he married an Aust-rich,(Ostrich),
To get rid of his glitch,
Then he became a billionaire.
Hair is for losers I said mighty loud.
I said it big and I said it proud!
My husband grinned
Hair on his chin
Bald as ostrich egg seen in a crowd.
Ostrich eggs are 6 by 5 inches weighing 3 pounds
Imagine coming out, screaming is heard all over town
Equal to 2 dozen chicken eggs
So the question it begs
Are they waiting for death to get rid of their frowns