a BACON sonnet

Have you heard of the theory that Bacon actually wrote Shakespeare’s sonnets? I don’t believe it. If Bacon wrote a sonnet, it would be like this:

Shall I prepare thee for a breakfast treat?
Thou the most tasty and most succulent:
Good cooks do fry the darling strips of meat,
All of them down the pleas’d throat were sent:
Sometime too hot the pan of frying gets,
And sometimes does the lov’d confection burn;
And when this happens, everyone regrets.
No matter if we’re full; we shall not spurn-
But thy eternal essence shall not fade
Nor lose possession of that fair aroma;
The maple cured and thick cut has been made,
Which can awaken anyone from coma:
So long as men can breathe or eyes can see,
So long lives this, and this gives life to me!

And yes, I did write this. I was hungry.


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