That changeling boy

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
A transformation of A Midsummer Night's Dream. The poem is written from the perspective of Oberon to Puck.

Submitted: November 24, 2011

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I Must Have That Boy

 

My dear friend puck,

I seem so out of luck.

 

I am unable to prize that boy,

And causes me to annoy.

 

How dare she,

Disobey me.

 

My wife she will not do as I ask,

So for you I have a task.

 

I am the Fairy King,

With a plan to sting.

 

She shall regret,

And owe to me a debt.

 

She shall feel so shamed,

And she will be blamed.

 

She shall embrace with that ass.

And then no more have class.

 

 

I shall get that changeling boy,

And at last feel  joy.

 

I will no more bemoan.

For i am one on the throne.

 

I wish you to unleash a spell.

So no more about the boy dwell.

 

Titania shall feel such a flame

And that boy I shall claim.

 

Go now and do as I say,

Unless you are to me, disobey.


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