Arouse on the carpeted floor,
That hided grass, moss and more.
Gleams up in shimmering light,
Making him proud that he’d take a flight.
When he set a foot on the wooden frame,
The heart that he had brought to tame.
Had swollen as big as a bus,
Exploding itself out and out and thus.
Up arose the crowd,
In shock and awe and pleasure that brew.
All pairs of hands,
That began to kiss each other heedlessly.
No notice of pain or noise,
No care about any poise.
Soon spread to all nation,
To give one of the best ingénue..
The loudest standing ovation.