In sun-kissed lands where kangaroos do roam,
A curious marsupial found his glee,
Amongst the grassy plains, a cozy home,
A pair of socks brought wonder to his spree.
With hops that carried him o'er dale and lea,
He slipped them on, those socks of vibrant hue,
A novel warmth, a comfort wild and free,
As kangaroo embraced a sock debut.
No longer did he feel the chill winds blow,
His feet were snug in woolen embrace,
Through valleys green and fields where eucalypts grow,
He bounded, filled with newfound sock-born grace.
Oh, kangaroo, in socks, a sight to see,
You've hopped into a world of sock jubilee!