The other day a red jay flew into my house,
It came to tell a little lie about a worm.
The little lie did not stay small, it grew tall.
You see he tried to eat this worm, before she was ready.
When she refused he lied and said she tried to eat him,
And the other worms, they believed the false red jay.
The gossip flew, it was the wind beneath his wings.
The worm never said a word, and she hurt when he lied.
She wondered who was the bird, and who was the worm.