When I Became a Duck
It started when my lips grew long,
And orange, hard, and very strong.
And then my toes fused together
Which scared the wits out of my mother.
Then I watched as they separated
And then three toes were created.
A flap of skin between my toes
Completed ripping my pantihose.
My hair turned into a snowy white
Soft as feathers, very bright.
Then the fuzz spread across my skin
Along with oils and greases I was doused in..
Soon my legs grew long and skinny
And I looked like pure baloney,
My eyes shrunk into something small and beady
And my stomach large and meaty.
I started to cry at my horrible state
But then I found out I couldn’t lacrimate!
I looked in the mirror. What did I see?
An oversized duck, staring at me!