The Marvelous Melody of Mr Monopoly
A random poem about Monopoly while we were waiting for the kettle to boil.
There once was a man of rather short stature
He sold many houses and was friends with Margaret Thature
He gave me free parking and drove me past go
Unfortunatley for me, he drove very slow
He owned a hat, a car and a little dog too
A rocking horse and a dancing shoe
I always payed my rent, I always payed my dues
Then he opened the chest I got good news
My Aunty Dolly had passed away
And left me millions to twiddle away
I bought a mansion on Oxford Street
With plenty of room to kick up my feet
And so, here I stay
While Mr Monopoly continues to play.