A toy he played, a joy of fame
He knew it had to come, loner he was,
Faced the life, with proper acclaim.
Helped he all, a better human be,
Whenever he wanted, got a bit of glee,
Thankful he was, prayed did he,
For the betterment of the humanity.
Togetherness to value, a love he lost,
Friendship and betrayal, was a part,
Belief still there, hope not lost,
Hugged he, the supreme so class.
Performed he, in every way he could,
Got the credit, and saved everything he should,
To have a life of merriment, he tried tad too much,
But got he was, a light at the end of tunnel.