Whenever Jack sobs,

For he ain’t have jobs,

Daddy gives him gobs.

Whenever Jack sighs,

For his mother soon dies,

Daddy gives him eyes.

Whenever Jack grunts,

For the things he wants,

Daddy gives with no daunts.

Whenever Jack yells,

For the incoming hells,

Daddy rings some bells.

Whenever Jack frights,

For the dark at nights,

Daddy lits lots of lights.

Whenever Jack groans,

For the things he ain’t owns,

Daddy pays for the moans.

Poet: me

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