There was a man named Homophone,
He often was confused.
Words that sound the same, but aren’t he constantly misused,
Vocabulary like: dessert which is something sweet you eat,
And desert which is place full of sand and burning heat.
One day, he ordered ‘a desert’ on accident
And received a platter of dry sand,
He mixed in an ounce of salt because it was so bland!
The waiter billed Homophone for the gritty meal,
But Homophone thought he had to build a grinding wheel.
So Homophone went off to find supplies,
Until a large sign caught his little eyes,
The sign said:
So Homophone took its advice and sailed away.