Jonathan Rogers is a fine author, an awfully smart fellow, and a man who excels at humorous anecdotes. He even has a humorous anecdote about telling a humorous anecdote. If your family has yet to be introduced to his Wilderking Trilogy, or The Charlatan’s Boy, you are among the world’s underprivileged. His guest post today is a riddle/poem about underwear befitting the august talents of a Ph.D. in Seventeenth Century English Literature. (Featured Image taken from a painting by Larry Dyke) –Sam
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I went to school in my underwear,
But no one really seemed to care.
My teacher didn’t stop and stare
Or stomp or shout or pull her hair.
My classmates didn’t think it rare
To see a boy wearing underwear.
No one even noticed me–
Tell me, dear reader, how could this be?
[Shall I tell you the answer, or do you think you can figure it out?]