WHO BELONGS TO THIS OCTOPUS?

Who belongs to this octopus?
Who snuck her in my car?
They somehow picked the locktopus
And left the door ajar.

Who belongs to this octopus
Which now invades my room?
She reset my alarm clocktopus
And drank my wife’s perfume.

Who belongs to this octopus
Who threw my surprise party?
Her shouts were quite a shocktopus
And gave my heart a starty.

Who belongs to this octopus
Behind the badminton net?
She replaced the shuttlecocktopus
But she’s not been beaten yet!

Who belongs to this octopus
Dressed for a night on the town?
She looks gorgeous in that frocktopus,
Where did she find that gown?

Who belongs to this octopus
Watching this horror flick?
Her tastes run toward the schlocktopus
Out of which I get a kick.

Who belongs to this octopus
Creating public art?
With just some sidewalk chalktopus
This cephalopod shows she’s smart.

I guess I’ll claim this octopus,
Though her presence does confound.
She’s cured my writer’s blocktopus,
So I’ll think I’ll keep her round.

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