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A Poem of Displeasure

By Spencer Armon:

As a visionary and dedicated reader of The Milking Cat, it has become brutally evident that the Editor-in-Chief, Ben "Jammin"Elkins, is quite simply no longer fit to run Southeastern Pennsylvania's version of The Onion. With the total lack of "punch-lines" and "an utter lack of context" in many of the newer articles, the quality of submissions is clearly plummeting (with the exception of Noah Stern's weekly riveting articles). This fact, along with the mysterious "resignation" (kidnapping) of Samuel Richard as the Social Media Manager gives ample grounds for the removal of Ben Elkins. In fact, I am so furious about the current goings-on of The Milking Cat that I wrote a poem in ABCB rhyme scheme expressing my displeasure:

Roses are Red

Violets are Blue

I spoke with Soslowsky

We're starting a coup

Ben's time has come

The cat is failing

But when I get in charge

It will be smooth sailing

New times are ahead

With Spencer in charge

Noah can stay

Benji is discharged

There will be more to come

Featuring my displeasure

New articles monthly

Noah Stern is a treasure

I took over The Cat

So bid Ben adieu

A change in command

The Cat's started anew

Note: Editor Benjamin Elkins forced me to add this note to the end of the poem or he would prevent it from being published. He claims that The Milking Cat's leadership is staying in charge and there will be no coup. Tyranny.


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