The Table And The Chair by Edward Lear

Table meet chair if you are able
chair do you dare conversate with something so bare
where do you suggest a meeting
the usual dining-room table seating?
Wait, not while the host and guests are eating
let’s re-con-join outside while the sun is setting
I’m betting then we will be able to speak
without concern of hysteria brought on by
anthropomorphysicality

A little walk a look-see there we go
a one a two the World a furnished room
table the equations that don’t add up
I’ll chair-ish the moment found in a cup
purchased in a land where dumb finds luck
synchronous with the man who doesn’t give a duck.