On She Who Would Be Loved

Her sister’s plan seems odd to both our wits,
but we decide to live without a man,
so we see strategy that contradicts
her sister’s plan.

Continuing cohabitation’s span
is destined for more punishment, and bits
of bitterness. We’d rather watch a ban.

But we’re for love and what she figures fits.
We’d sooner circle her embracing, than
engage in any argument. For it’s
her sister’s plan.


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