The ever clever fox is so swift
Little did she know, she has a gift
With a flick of her tail
She’ll never fail
But the ever clever fox
Is about to go through hail
The ever clever fox has a secret -
So much so
When she found out she wept.
The ever clever fox would cry and cry
Cry so much she’d wish she’d die
But she was a fox
So years went by
And she’d lie and lie
Lie to herself -
Lie to every guy-
Then one day she decided to try
So the ever clever fox opened an eye
And a world so wonderful had been passing her by
But now was not the time to leave her den.
Because the foxes mother thought she loved men.
But if the fox wouldn’t leave then -
When would she see this new place
When would she experience
Her newly acquired taste?
So the fox decided to swallow her fear
And told her sister to come very near
And the ever clever fox took a step out
And shared all the things she was really about
And her sister did cry
And so did the fox
But it didn’t make her want to hide in a box
The ever clever fox never felt so free
Finally she knew, her solution wasn’t he
It was a she.
So the fox took another step from what she thought fit
And another and another
till she found a kit
And the kit she found was so kind
She was perfect
And she was fine
But the vixen she found didn’t really last
So the ever clever fox began to move fast
She would run to the next and then to the next
It was almost as if she had been hext.
She was not an ever clever fox
Because she was smart
she was ever clever because she had a heart
And not a heart that was full of love
But a heart that put all others above
So the ever clever fox was very confused
To be honest, she wasn’t the slight amused
Who the hell was she if she’s not ever clever?
And why did she think she needed a mate forever?
As for now the fox doesn’t know
Maybe the fox is her own foe
If she keeps this up
Will she have anywhere to go?
Maybe she should stop and just lie low.
Give it up and pretend.
Pretend none of it is real
Pretend these things she doesn’t actually feel
It wasn’t very clever to make this deal.
But the fox has to remember.
Those old feelings - those weren’t her
If anything they were only a lure
If she wants to be happy she must endure.
Not only the misery and heartache
But of the new fox the coming years will make.
Regardless of time she will be ever clever.
That is something
No one can ever