Humphrey loved living in Maine.
He thought if he didn't get to go to Mount Katahdin, he'd go insane.
There was a female moose, named Miranda, who lived on the mount,
And Humphrey thought she was the only female of any count.
Humphrey must walk a few miles to get to his destination,
But that did not hinder him from pursuing his fascination.
Over hill and over dale Humphrey walked mile after mile.
Soon he would reach Katahdin, and he could rest for a while.
Humphrey weighed about 800 pounds and ate a lot of twigs.
Tromping through the forest was one of his favorite gigs.
He was used to swimming across big lakes and walking though streams,
So the hike was something that he had envisioned in his dreams.
When he finally arrived at his destination,
He began to search for Miranda without hesitation.
On the second day of his search,
He spotted her gnawing on a birch.
He knew her by the dewlap under her chin.
Humphrey showed a larger than life great big 'ol grin.
She spied him and gave him a glance.
Miranda on this moose was taking a chance.
Humphrey couldn't wait to get to her side,
And with speed to her he did glide.
She wondered from where this big boy did hale,
And he began to unravel his tale.
Never had any moose walked so far to be at her side.
Her love for Humphrey could not be denied.
Miranda knew the phrase, "I'd walk a mile for a Camel",
But she never figured Humphrey would do it for a hoofed mammal.