Someday I'll be the new Dr. Seuss
And the reasons are easy to see:
No one else that I know can run, or drink juice,
Or rhyme as well as me.
I can take any phrase, and put it to song
I can make it sound right in a minute.
I cant stand any words that make poems sound wrong.
'Specially when there's potential in it!
I make up my words, and can do it right quick
In contests I never get silver..
And to prove you this fact, I'll show you, Rick:
A perfect rhyme-word would be trilver!
But what is a trilver? Now why would you ask?
The answer is plain and sweet.
A trilver is that kind of person you see
That keeps silver on trays really neat.
So I'm sorry for taking up so much of your time
To read this, my silly scradoose.
But remember to remember this name of mine
When I become the new Dr. Seuss!
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