With apologies to Dr Seuss

Oh, dear. School children in Philadelphia are not after all to enjoy Dr Seuss performed by drag cabaret star Martha Graham Cracker. Is it because he is gay? They’re not saying. Oh no:merely that it would be inappropriate.

So with due reverence to the immortal Dr Seuss (and alittle borrowing from “Cat in the Hat”, my own commenton the matter:

“I know it is wet and the sun is not sunny
“But we can have lots of good fun that is funny
“So look at me
“Look at me
“Look at me now
“It is fun to have fun
“But you have to know how.”

“He should not be here”, said the school in a snot
“He should not be here when your mothers are not!
“Of dragons and queens you are welcome to read
“But a queen that’s in drag is a thing we don’t need
“Whether gay whether queer we don’t want to know
“The man’s inappropriate: he’ll just have to go
“Or rather not come, not here, not today,
“You want to know why: well we’d rather not say.
“So though it is wet and the sun is not sunny
“You may not have lots of good fun that is funny
“Don’t look at him
“Look at him
“Look at him now
“It is fun to have fun
“But we’ll tell you how!”

janexx

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