Oh, pretty little heifer cow, I think you’re cute but know not how
Appreciation paid in full to such sweet charm could seem but dull
Poor compensation for my plain bland bullishness; am I a drain
Upon your dewy calf-eyed ways; am I so silly in my craze
For you, adorable and fine, that I’m a fool to wish you mine?
Nay, let us frolic and cavort and caper ’round for joy and sport,
Let us delight in being calves and neither shrink from fun by halves
Nor ever find we’re short of hay in pasture, or get sent away,
Or be penned up, for these things, too, would make a poor calf cry Moo Hoo!
No tragedy besmirch our wooing and leave us sadly this way mooing;
Let us, instead, just take a vow to stay together, bull and cow.