Riddle Rap~

Socket taps
Electrical gaps
And whatever in between
No privacy
Just lunacy
Heard but rarely seen;

Socket taps
G.E. maps
And conversation's heard
No man's castle
Only a big hassle
In the home of the Word Bird;

Socket taps
Garden Snaps
Hidden out of sight
Back yard green
No in between
Thanks Be To The Light! ;

by Theodora (Theo) Onken

Comments (3)

.....nicely penned, I love the title ★
This is a procreation sonnet within the Fair Youth sequence. In the sonnet, Shakespeare uses a rather harsh tone to admonish the young man for his refusal to fall in love and have children. It also continues and amplifies the theme of hatred against the world which appears rather suddenly in the last couplet of Sonnet 9. The two sonnets may be said therefore to be linked (like Sonnets 5 and 6 or Sonnets 15 and 16) even though the linkage takes a different form. [from Wikipedia]
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