Son of Sonnet: Laughter

Son of Sonnet is back with another bit of light-hearted fare, which I think is particularly appropriate for February, the month of both Valentine’s Day and Mardi Gras.

Today’s poem, “Laughter,” is quite fun, and it’s about something we could all do with a bit more.

Also, The Gemini Sonnets are complete; I recommend you read them if you haven’t already:  #1#2#3#4#5, and #6.

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Laughter
By Son of Sonnet

What will it be?
Is it a joke? Is it a game?
Ho ho, he he.
Laughing at the sound of your name?

Eager to play,
The air is full of expectation.
Waiting all day,
To dance alongside inspiration.

The sky is full,
and rain withholds the fox from fun.
Caught in a lull,
wanting the reveal of the sun.

Take off your socks,
and splash the puddles with your feet.
Play with the fox,
and make the most with friends you meet.

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