The tide goes in, the tide goes out,
The tide goes up and in your snout.
The air was there, but now it’s not,
The tide macramés strands of snot.
Again it’s in, then out the breach,
Behind it leaves a little beach.
You’re found aground, tide receded,
The nose now knows–you’re deceded.
This seabird appears to have slipped on a banana peel and DIED. Life is not a cartoon. Please pick up your fruit skins.
The first couplet is an homage to the old classic nursery rhyme, “The worms go in, the worms go out…” etc… That’s one that’ll stay with you for life.