My head

You know what you did that made me dizzy?

You, yesterday, ran around super busy,

And you swept my head off its feet.

There was no mess, it was pretty neat.

You knocked the podium with your arm,

My head fell down and set off the alarm.

The platinum legs that hold it standing,

Did nothing at all to smoothen the landing.

My forehead banged on the marble floor,

And I rolled with my ear to the door.

I don’t mind, you know that I’m dead.

But it filled your guests with dread.

They tried to roll their luggage inside,

But me in the wheels, they didn’t glide.

It’s pretty rare to have a skull in the cogs,

But at least it entertained their dogs.

So, all in all, my dizziness aside,

The slobbering and fright was not a good ride.

In the near future, if you can,

Be less hurried, my dear man.


Trip tip

If you go on a trip, I have tip,

Not about bags of lock and zip.

When you pack, there’s one little knack,

That will keep your back from going “Crack!”

Pack a smile, and keep it handy.

Consequences: very dandy.

Smiles are known to alter gravity,

To stabilize the abdominal cavity,

Your souvenirs will weigh way less,

You will feel less tummy-ache stress.

One half-smile is 5 kilos off,

“That’s just silly!” you may scoff.

But I did tests with the smile-on-collider,

The results are clear: The wider, the lighter.

A normal smile: all your clothes,

The widest grin: you’ll be on your toes.

It’ll lift you up as it lightens so much,

You can practically levitate as such.

There’s no bug that’ll hit you at all,

Because your smile makes them stumble and fall.

They won’t reach your tummy-tum-tum,

You can devour that week-old plum.

So just remember: Grin all the way,

And have yourself a nice foray.