The poem is meant to be very rhythmic while delivering an uplifting message, like a nursery rhyme.
The pig in the photo is my first attempt at a craft, so if I made a pig’s ear
of it, that’s why. Although if you don’t think the pig looks good, you can always put some lipstick on it
If you haven’t had enough lametastic jokes yet, the wood parts I used were made by Lara’s Crafts.
Here's the poem, in case the PDF doesn't show up for you:
Not A Square Pig in a Round Hole
There once was a pig
Who didn’t fit in,
Although his heart was big,
And glowed from within.
He often frowned,
Because the others would stare:
They were all round,
And he was square.
One day, some were especially mean,
And he grew tired of being unique.
Later that day, he built a machine,
To finally change his physique.
But before he began to transform,
A round cow saw him and asked,
“Why would you want to conform?”
“What’s the point of this task?”
He lamented, “It’s hard to be square
in a world that’s round.
It hurts when they stare,
And joke around.”
The cow replied to ease his pain,
“I didn’t mean to seem snooty.
I stared not out of disdain,
But because of your beauty.”
The moral is cliché, but wise:
To your true self be dutiful,
And in somebody’s eyes,
You’ll always be beautiful.