Venti means 20

29 Dec

 

269 words

Is all that is takes to form

A perfect poem prose

 

A perfect verse indeed

Is all that you need

To take the mind of things

 

Things that are swimming around

A pond that is empty

No fish in the sea, like words seemingly venti.

 

Venti thinks big

But her aunt, Count Louise

Does not think it polite for young girls to think.

 

Thinking, she’s been told

Has evoked

A plague just centries before

 

Before there Were words

Poor Venti, the dear hoped.

Yet to think in itself is as innate as breathing takes place.

 

So Do not let your dear count Louise

Take advantage of thee

The thoughts are itself, sure to please.

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