When Oedipus heard what she had done

He was really nonplussed

He didn't hardly know what to do with himself

And rushing to her side in a fit of grief

He took the rhinestone barrettes from her hair

And put out both his eyes

And as soon as he had put out both his eyes

He kind of wished he hadn't

And he cried out to anyone who would listen:

"My eyes, my eyes! Now what am I gonna do for eyes?"