Sonnet Xxviii

Poem By Adeyemi Joshua

'I'll go that way before now'.
'Let's take another path, of this how? '

'I'll give the land to the sojourner'.
'No give it to frightful partner.

'I'll make a fun of Joy a-staked.'
'No, never had joy been taken for a mistake.

'Get the game and roll it over'.
'Nay, pave the wave, many pace to cover.

'Stay your glottis when I speak',
'Hold your lips till'll mend what leak'.

'Anon, times despise our deeds and acts'.
'Exit, I'll eat so greatly and will fart'.

The pair who in debate made fun
Are Strife and fury: a stretched lawn.
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