Stephen Cahill Furlong (23 August 1992 / Holles Street, Dublin, Republic of Ireland)
Senseless Sonnet 3
I'm the Head of the American Money Patrol;
We are who puts Bill Gates on the dole.
I've had my fun, now it's time to start living.
I don't care about the truth, I just want to start believing.
Every morning, I watch the birds swim in the water.
My beautiful baby boy has grown up to be my daughter.
I wish I was never born, but yet I refuse to die;
I secretly wish all my happiest memories were a lie.
I'm an addicted criminal who wants to work with police.
'Can I be the first officer to ever get jailed, please? '
I don't care for health, I only want the wealth
So maybe I can purchase the world's cheapest belt.
I absolutely hate sonnets and never shall I write them;
I'd rather write my will with ink made of phlegm.
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