Quite the aberrant little fae the fellow was, he rode his old pig along the rode.
Kicked out of his home he was for though his beard was grown out so much he still sought to cry and suck upon his mother's tit like a babe. Kicked him out they did, and with a red top hat he set off.
The odd fellow he was he ate a sheep's toe, then hid he did in the pen of the pigs as the youngest king's men sought to steal the wooly-dressed beast, and eaten was the horseman's head off by a giant.
The fellow he was oddest of sorts he was he told the young man of some sweet apple trees, but the horseman did lament that with no head he could not eat.
Ye fellow was perplexed by a cracker, but nevertheless did eat it like his gold.