General Poetry posted June 17, 2020

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A parody of part of the Hamlet soliloquy

To Rent or Not to Rent

by jsblume

To rent, or not to rent, that is the question:
Whether 'tis nobler for the wallet to suffer
The nickles and dimes of outrageous increase,
Or to take Arms against the rising expense,
And by opposing end them: a home, I buy;

Free Verse Poetry Contest contest entry

A person in the PUNAPPRECIATED! Facebook group asked for some rental property quotes. While a soliloquy is an internal monologue, this one happens to be in poetic form.
Pays one point and 2 member cents.

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