King of the Underpants.

So in the kingdom of underpants,
The king wonders about his hats.
A wayward collection of sillycaps,
Of tight beanies and things with flaps.
He wonders about the huge collection,
Not enough space for their protection.
He calls his subjects across his lands,
To have a hat protection plan.
His subjects come from far and wide,
To offer suggestions to turn the tide.
But none are worthy of kingly hats,
The king gets worried over every chat.
Then a wizard offers a bright idea,
To store the hats in a magic container.
The king is elated over this plot,
Gives up his treasure for magic pots.
The king starts stuffing the pots with glee,
Twenty pots are filled for all to see.
The wizard tells the king to stop,
Less the pots begin to pop.
The king just huffs with a snooty word,
“Magic pots can’t pop, don’t be absurd.”
So the wizard left with treasures and gold,
Leaving the king with the pots he was sold.
Kings have a habit of ignoring Wizards,
Til the pots started chirping birds.
The King stopped, pressed his ears to a pot,
Yep, that’s when the pot just popped.
Hats went flying ripping and scaring
His servants ran from the hats that were tearing.
And as they all popped each hat was gone,
The King was left all by his throne alone.
Perhaps the wizard did mean well,
Next time he would listen to the tell.
No more treasure to buy his hats,
Poor Poor King of the underpants.

King of the Underpants.

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