Created in his lofty laboratory the universe, according to the Book of Genesis, was made by God in just six days,
remaining static on the seventh day, as gentiles aren’t on Sundays which replace God’s Saturdays,
but Jews are, resting on it, shabbatry,
rhyming with the way the English say
“laboratory,” which English people stress, unlike Americans, on the first syllable.
Most Jews who’re Orthodox do not work on the seventh day if it is billable,
though rabbis get for working then great pay.
I composed this poem on 6/6/21, after composing “Laborators”. English or American accents are as different as Saturdays and Sundays, but do not appear in the Ten Commandments.