Below is the poem entitled Wonka Sonnet which was written by poet
Andre. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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A candymaker named Wonka had found
While grooming himself: a lone silver hair,
And after a day of moping around,
He announced quickly: "I must find an heir."
He sent out five Golden Tickets, but doubted
That this was the best way in which to find
A good-hearted kid with morals unclouded,
A fun-loving heart, and a brilliant mind.
His misgivings proved true when he met the four
Brats who found the gold in their choco-late.
Luckily they were lost on the tour,
And Wonka and his heir did cele-brate.
Here is the moral of the story:
Feel down on your luck?, just cheer up like Charlie.