Some sonnets do not use the letter Q.
They take a pass on posing weighty questions,
And seek for somewhat simpler things to do,
Like bundling forth a bunch of bland suggestions.
So when you see a sonnet that is Q-less,
Withhold your judgment. Don't assume too much.
Perhaps the poet isn't fully clueless,
But merely getting old and out of touch.
I'd say that Q is way too co-dependent,
Refusing to go walking without U.
If Q commits a crime the co-defendant
Is bound to be... well, surely U know who.
Besides all this, there is no need for Q.
We could get by with K and W.