Long before dating was mastered by thumbs
A young girl fell prey to an older man’s game
Naught imagined that a bear she’d become
Knocked up, cast down and under her own son’s aim
Mistaken identity; she was seduced
The “man’s” wife found out; it was a rager
Poor pregnant Callisto, she’d been Zeus’d
The mistake was huge, in fact, Ursa Major
Zeus was a god and the planet Jupiter
But Hera, his wife, had powers of her own
Callisto, fooled as she was, couldn’t feel stupider
Until changed to a bear and to the heavens, thrown
There in the sky Callisto sits a wishing
She’d never fallen for the first scheme of catfishing
Callisto, once a young beautiful woman, then bear, then constellation and also the third moon of Jupiter, is now a sonnet and a soap. Smelling of gods, goddesses and star stuff, you’ll get a blended backbone of incenses with amber, church pews, mossy riparian forests and ancient scrolls.
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