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MY UNRULY HEADMy head ran away,it wasn't so funIt rolled yonder down the street,I started to runIt bounced down the stairsinto a crowded white subwayThen it hopped into the train,headed far, far awayWhere's it going? What's it doing?That's what I thought!When suddenly it was off-as the compartment doors shutBolting through the city without even a pause-My head, on a train, for no good cause!I treated it nice; I even gave it some haircutsOh, but there was that one time,now I remember, Nuts!I was at a barn, trying to neuter a horse,But it didn't take to it too kindly,So it kicked my head with great forceThen another time, it came upon a midnight cleart'was New Year's Eve, mine ears filled with cheerI lost a love note on a pageso in a blurry fury enveloped with rage,Ran I to the kitchen,fixed mine head in a blender(it was a good thing t'was just my head,losing that didn't change my gender)My manhood preserved, why'd it get so darn mad?A bit of lost hair, it wasn't so badSo
One Big World-One Small CalvinHis name was Charlemagne. Actually, his name was Calvin Hyvus, he just went by Charlemagne. He didn't like his first or last name, so he just took the 1st letters of both and built from there, which was a pretty standard procedure in his town, Stankonia. Coincidentally, Charlemagne was already the name of a prominent French hero, he'd just never heard of him before. His life was fraught with uncanny coincidences, yet even he didn't realizes most of those occurrences. For instance, he hadn't realized that his hair was the same exact color as the chef coats he saw on television. Yes, that's right, he had white hair. Well, more accurately, the constantly disheveled and rather lifeless item that covered his skull was formally referred to, as "hair", however, the fact that anyone under the age of 80 could have grown something like that on their head is rather debatable. You should know, he watched those darn shows cooking every, single, day. Whether it was "Bohemian Ice Sculpting for Formal