Tarsier Man was on patrol.
But a kid interrupted his stroll.
He thought an autograph was wanted,
Instead, the kid just taunted.
"You've got big ears,
You sniff rears.
Are as beady as a flies."
The kid laughed and ran away.
This left Tarsier Man in disarray.
Then he turned to find,
A whole herd of human kind.
They were coming with weapons galore,
Shouting they'd send him back to that jungle shore,
In many more pieces than when he came.
Tarsier Man found he had lost his fame.
He tried to sing his tune.
But they hit him in the head with a spoon.
He took off as they grew closer to him,
Finding that things were getting grim.
Tarsier Man could not understand.
He had saved many across the land.
Plus all always liked his tune.
Now they treated him like a trash stealing raccoon.
They chased him through the night,
Until finally he took flight.
His ears expanded once more,
And through the air he surely did soar.
They flapped like Dumbo,
Those things turned rather jumbo.
Now he had his popping eyes,
His theme song cries,
He stretching ears,
And they now had flapping gears.
This would be so cool,
If all weren't trying to kill him with a garden tool.
That is when he saw the news,
It seems he was set up for stopping the blues.
A concert had been stopped,
And the blues had been dropped.
It wasn't allowed any more,
And they all blamed him for no blues encore.
He had been set up.
It had to be the owner of that pup.
He had hated Tarsier Man,
And was not a fan.
But that is when he saw a clue,
As he flew over the set of Whoopdi Friggin Doo.
The Mailman had everyone at gun point.
He was going postal on the joint.
How did he get out of jail?
Tarsier Man figured it had to be bail.
He swooped down through the window,
Shouting to all below,
His dumb little tune,
Some women started to swoon.
The Mailman laughed with glee,
Not noticing Robbie Raisin was letting the world see,
As he went on the typical bad guy rant,
Revealing all at the Whoopdi Friggin Doo plant.
Tarsier Man popped one eye,
And away it did fly.
It went right in the gun barrel hole,
And plugged up The Mailman's goal.
He then made his Dumbo ears go,
And they continued to grow.
They gave The Mailman a hand,
Meaning he was clapped with jumbo ears, live, in front of the land.
The cops came in and took him away.
He once more swore revenge one day.
Then Robbie Raisin addressed all,
As Tarsier Man flew away sounding his theme song call.
He was a hero once more,
Never again would people show him the door.
And now he can fly,
Through the night sounding his battle cry.
Damn, the cat was hoping he would get strung up. Or at least relieved on by a butt sniffing pup. Now he can flap some big ears and fly along with popping each eye. Next he'll gain super speed through passing gas. That can already be done by my little rhyming ass.
Enjoy your winter, smash a printer.