by Shel Silverstein
Poor Benjamin Bunnn,
His buttons will not come undone.
He hasn't changed his clothes since last July.
'Cause no one can unbutton him
No matter how they try, poor guy.
And all that he can take off are his socks and shoes and tie,
And all that he can do is sit and bite his tongue and cry,
And he cannot take a bath—so just lets the water run,
And he can't go to the toilet, and he can't get any sun,
And life just isn't any fun
For Benjamin Bunnn, from Wilmington,
Whose buttons will not come undone.