A Boy Named Troy

A Boy Named Troy

There once was a boy,
His name was Troy,
Who was travelling to Mackoy.

He brought a pear,
And met a bear,
That was curiously rare.

The ride was bumpy,
His suitcase was lumpy,
He even stood on a log that was stumpy.

On his way home,
He went under a dome,
That contained pictures of Rome.

He would like to remember,
That very adventure
That allowed him to venture.