Every day I see this guy pass by my door, he never steps off the path. His hair speaks of his woe. His steel eyes arrange the sky into a box, the blue is not enough to keep him idle, he requires the chains of logic. It keeps him grounded when he could be flying.
“Why should I fly,” he says, “It’s much too cold for me anyway.” “Wear a jacket” I might declare. He would reply, “I don’t wish to sweat through my sensible clothes.” (Only twenty dollars on sale.)
He is much too sensible to be any fun, but fun is not all there is. “There is science” he would suggest If we ever were to talk, I know he would be an excellent conversationalist
His dusty shoes tell of his wariness, His jacket of his adventures. (He keeps dust on his clothes to speak for his cleverness.)
“Conversation is for the simple-minded,” he would say. “I prefer books,” would be my reply.
He would have nothing to say then, (He doesn’t like conversation anyway.) but he’d be too logical to let me know Of his human blunder and illogical flash. So he spoke to me of his action figure collection. (“Most extensive, I’m sure”)