My mom says I need glasses.
But I can still see masses,
Of those letters I can read.
I squint my eyes to see.
"I don't need glasses, look at me!"
Dad knows I can't read fine print,
But hey, I just need a hint,
To read these little words.
If I yell, "Glasses are for nerds!"
My parents will just say, "Not all nerds need glasses."
I have a friend named Wallis,
Who I think is a know-it-all.
He always bumps into walls
So his parents got him spectacles.
Maybe glasses aren't so bad,
So I ask my dad.
He takes me to the optometrist.
I think he looks like an owl.
I try not to bawl,
At the thought of being nerdified.
So I try to hide.
Dad finds me anyway,
And there's no hope of being saved.
The eye doctor gets me goofy looking glasses.
I hope no one sees me like this,
Of course we're the only ones left.
When I get home,
My mom rewards me with ice cream in a cone.
She thinks I look cool.
And guess what,