Update July 9, 2020
Submissions are now closed. Thanks everyone who participated; the bounties will be awarded soon!
Posting answers as haikus
In that spirit, I also posted a bug report entirely in limerick form (with a bit of editing from @ArtOfCode).
And then... I had an idea. Especially as we're in the middle of the Stack company community-a-thon, why not have a bit of light-hearted fun, encourage Meta.SE participation, and honor the poetic efforts of our hard-working dev?
So here's the deal.
From June 18, 2020 to
July 2, 2020 July 9, 2020 (allowing a bit of wobbliness for timezones), you can submit your poem as an entry into this contest by posting your poem as an answer to this Meta.SE question.
This can be any type of poetry - haikus, limericks, sonnets, freeform - but it has to be an original poem.
Your poem must be Meta.SE themed, and ideally should meet all the requirements of whatever form of poem you've chosen (including syllable count, meter, and rhyme scheme).
You can submit any number of entries into this contest.
In-jokes and meme references are more than welcome (although an explanatory link might be a good thing to include).
At the end of the contest, at least 4,000 reputation in bounties1 will be awarded to the best entries (personal favorites and influenced by votes on the submissions), spread out across multiple posts. (How exactly it gets divided still remains to be seen, depending on how many submissions there are.) However, I will only be awarding bounties to those with under 40,000 total Meta.SE reputation. People who have more reputation than that can still participate, just not be eligible to win a bounty.
(Update June 23, 2020: After some consideration (and noting the relatively low participation), I've removed the requirement that an entry must be a poem in its own separate Meta.SE post and instead specified that it must be Meta.SE themed (and extended the deadline by a week). It's a bit much to ask for people to write an entirely separate Meta.SE post; instead, you can simply submit your Meta.SE-themed poem here on this question. (Entries that meet the previous requirements still count, though!2))
Rules all specified
Contest ready to begin
Everyone have fun!
1By myself, @ArtOfCode, @Aibobot, and @rene.
2Note: If you are submitting a separate post as a poem, in most cases, it's best if the content is not exclusively a poem, especially if it's a long post. If you're writing something in poetic form, if the content is important please make sure to include a plain English version as well.