Barnabe Barnes--right up my alley, man.
How Barnes sings of my--what? til I see thence
Tis folly to writhe on this dainty scale,
Love's net a golden one, I might avail
Me of content if I forget this hence.
These weary heavns, fatigued as I, wear sense
In blank white's ***** racks, the hours to pale
Light givn, how maples own vague silence, frail
Winds tickling 'non the leaves to whisper. Whence?
I have begged Joe for more. He listened fer
All that. I've emailed, called him twice, and do
Ya know, e'en texted him. But that was poor.
It's "see you Thursday." That is all. Go to.
The minutes wasting, dunno what he'd stir.
Nor have I yet another to think'd woo.
Check out Barnabe Barnes "Sweet Content" sonnet, for an antique tribute to the misery and madness of being in love.