The lightn-in-g has taken the in-ternet out
The satellite dish was blown in,
Which meant, in-side, TV was out with-out doubt,
While thunder out-side made a d-in.
The rain in great buckets was seen sheeting in,
In road, street-light also went out,
One waded through puddles the inside to w-in,
No sun out was ever ab-out.
Today I went out with a tramp, Paul-in-e,
Who’s in-variably full of bounce,
But needed re-stitch-in-g to in-tervene –
Quite out of bounce, I must in-nounce.
The spr-in-gs went back in with an in-tricate trick,
One levers out spike in a twist,
Releas-in-g hook out again has to be quick,
With out-stand-in-g flick of the wrist.