In the middle of cake season, at the end of June;
We celebrate the penultimate Morgan and the man in the moon.
Outliers in February are important too;
But nothing to make much ado.
It is the end of June – Let’s eat some cake;
Serve it up at your place by the Lake.
It goes something like this;
Oldest of four in a family of six.
We kick off the season of cake.
Count the parents and it’s a crazy eight.
May Day --- it’s time for cake!
By mid-June cake in a camp cabin is also great.
Cake in the rain it matters not, we love the stuff.
In July, can there ever be cake enough?
August rolls around and we’re seated again;
There’s cake with flowery icing at a table for ten.
Autumn months are more about pumpkin pie
Then temperature drops and snow flurries fly
Happy Birthday Dan. Happy birthday to you.
You look like a monkey and you are one too.