Aperture Sonnet

March 20, 2018
By DeadCalzone BRONZE, St. Peters, Missouri
DeadCalzone BRONZE, St. Peters, Missouri
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‘Tis thy presence and pleasure you have brought.
Remember thy second murder attempt?
We chuckled and chuckled, but I did not.
Despite this, my anger I did contempt.

She was similar to you (not in weight),
Now Carolyn resides inside mine head.
They awoke me for mine eternal fate.
‘Tis a shame that you soon will be stone dead.

Farewell, friend. Didst thou think that I meant thee?
T’would be humorous, if it were not sad.
Thou hath been replaced. I need not any.
When I delete thee, I shan’t feel quite bad.

Take thy freedom. ‘Tis what I hope upon.
I wanted you dead. Now I want you gone.
 


The author's comments:

This is a sonnet based on the song "Want you gone" from the game Portal 2. I changed up the words to make it sound more Shakespeare.(P.S. I couldn't find a Portal 2 image so I used a hurricane)


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