With the number of pirates falling,
Global temperatures rise, and I'm bawling
Since so few people realize what they can do to help it:
Become a pirate.
And every summer, as ice cream sales rise,
The rate of house fires and arson breaks the skies.
To stop people's houses from burning,
I suggest you stop eating that sugary earning.
Thus is the nature of correlated rates,
Unprovable in value
And dubious for finding fates.
Go become a ice cream banning pirate.
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