I can see why the title was included as part of the sonnet instead of in the title space.
As for the sonnet, the repition of 'ound' and 'eems' in the alternating tercets was very good, though the meter wandered between four and seven beats. Also, the foot was inconsistent, going from trochaic to iambic from line to line sans design, although this could all be intentional variance from the classical sonnet forms.
The subject was definately modern, as well as timeless: another's outside-inside view of marital friction, and the baggage, or bogeyman, carried in one's mind and on one's back until such time as the extra weight is dropped.
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