Parody of “Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day?”, words by
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Parody of “Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day?”, words by William Shakespeare , music by nobody
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Shall I compare Feed to October Daye?
In both, the blood reveals non-human state.
In Maggie’s crowd, the gay, outgoing May,
October’s Fetch, would quickly find a date.
Sometimes too hot, the scenes of Shaun will read,
And often with no shirt he may be found.
I used to think first person guaranteed
The point-of-view won’t wind up in the ground
But wake me up, please, when October ends,
Despite the death her fetching Fetch foretells.
Nor shall death leave her wand’ring, eating friends,
Not once convenient Night Haunts eat her cells.
Someone in Volume One — this is the same —
Adopts a cat, by that or other name.
(Because that which we call a rose goblin by any other name would scratch as deep.)