Henson Histeria - Poem by Randy Johnson
(Dedicated to Jim Henson who died May 16,1990.)
While you lived, you brought life to puppets.
You were the one who created the Muppets.
It was sad when you died eighteen years ago.
Millions of people treasured the Muppet Show.
You created Kermit the frog, Miss Piggy and other characters too.
When people see those TV shows and movies, they think of you.
On the awful day that you died, people felt pretty rotten.
You are dead but your puppets will never be forgotten.
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