My Shakespearean Sonnet
It chugs so stupendously,
I dare to pause and wonder,
How have our species made the engines to glide ferociously,
That are as loud as mighty thunder.
Its unstoppable never-weary wheels,
Have made voyagers rethink,
Whether to use this efficient automobile,
Or vessels that can sink.
But alas, the sea of people inside,
Make the ride sweaty and unpleasant.
This monumental vehicle have made many die,
Never minding if they are millionaires or peasants.
My thoughts slowly fade away,
As my train arrives as Promptly as it did yesterday.