POETRY ON IT–THE SONNET

By the Mighty Mumford

POETRY ON  IT–THE SONNET

A sonnet’s fourteen lines,

Presumably best use of times…

Complicated,

Anticipated,

That masterpiece of great lines.

Would the fact of its rhyming couplets

Be analogy of two cups that

Pour together

In all-weather,

Are stacked together in sublet?

This poet once made the snipe,

That time was short when love is ripe…

Those fourteen lines

Took too much time,

Whereas I can  type fifteen lines flat!

–Jonathan Caswell

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