A bit of fun with homonyms of two homophones – I’ve just been reading what those words mean! I think some of the homonyms have similarity of meanings.
“Where can I take you?” he asked his fare.
‘I’m off to the fair for something rare.
I’m told they’re providing sumptuous fare,
and rides and stalls, so without a care,
as the weather's fair, the fun I must share.
How much will you charge me – what is the fare?’
“It won't be unfair, you’ll have money to spare.
I think my missus will be somewhere there,
she’ll be dressed in red, has curly hair
that’s coppery-fair, says she likes to dare
clashing red coats and hats to wear.
There's fairly good safety, enjoy, take care,
and thanks for the cash – all's fair and square.”