The Domiciles Project



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Scenario Sonnets: Abigail Riutta
English 9 Honors – Mrs. Amberg- Lesson #21
Domiciles Project - Door #11
Shakespearean Sonnet
Our money to yours is not worth a dime.
Our profit is none, since yours is so great.
We numb our fingers for hours at a time.
You waste so much money that you create.
For you are in debt and cannot escape.
We watch you fall, glazing through the clear glass.
Need a new start, your original shape
To renew and restart your lower class.
We work for our own cash behind closed doors.
Glue and glue, to fasten you old, small George.
Our countries’ stars, mine five, and yours quite more.
You plaster it, the money that you gorge.
I love my country, and so do you, too.
Don’t rip me off, or I’ll say bye to you.

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