Dr. Seuss-Inspired Poems About Tyler, Texas
As many rhyme enthusiasts may know, it is Dr. Seuss' birthday today, March 2.
Born in 1904, Theodor Seuss Geisel's words have likely been uttered from your mouth as a kid. Personally, I will never forget One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, but everyone has their personal favorite.
Michael Gibson of 101.5 KNUE shared a little Dr. Seuss rhyme he conjured up in honor of the rhyme master. What's even better is it's about our city, Tyler.
I can drive on the loop
I can stock up in Troup
I can sing in the rain
I can ride the Palestine train
I can smell the roses
I can see pollen under our noses
I can drill for oil
I can watch crawfish boil
I can chill at the park
I can listen to my dog's bark
So I decided to take a crack at it as well:
Oh, where do I go in search of food
While drivers on the loop are exceedingly rude
I found my favorite BBQ but it just closed at 3
So I'll go to Whataburger and listen to KNUE
As the sun goes down and the bloom is early
Sneezing and tissues are bound to come out, surely
But great music and food creates fun messes
There's no better city you can find in East Texas
Which one do you like better? Maybe you have one that will knock our (striped socks) off, so if you dare, maybe you would like to share and then potentially hear it on the air!
Yeah, good luck beating me!