There once was a princess named Furple,
Who always wore pink and not purple.
“I won’t wear that color, it’s simply atrocious!”
You must understand she was quite precocious.
She dated the Duke from the Isle of Murple.
Her family always wore this color divine,
Royal cows clad in purple, even the swine.
In pink, Furple dressed, from her head to her toes,
“Not even purple bloomers!” she’d squeal I suppose.
“Oh Furple, my dear, please don’t whine.”
Now the Duke was unhappy dressed all in pink,
“Furple, my love,” must I wear this fuchsia mink?
“O Lewey, my sweet, don’t be a bore,”
“Just try and wear purple, I’ll dump you for sure.”
So Lewey obeyed, he loved her I think?
So what does the story mean you may say?
What possible moral could it display?
The lesson is sure, it’s fitting, it’s fine,
It has nothing to do with purple design,
It’s simply nonsense, a silly word play!
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