There is a young kid from MA,
Who drafted a puzzle today.
It isn't that tough,
If you've got the stuff,
To answer before others can say.
So are you the one to solve it?
Can you muster your thoughts for this bit?
Really give it a try,
And do not be shy,
Go rack that brain and don't quit!
Just one more thing before I go,
You're part of the family, don't you know?
It's just such a shame,
But what's in a name,
When lonely is the status quo?
I now need to go, but trust us,
To not answer this question's no justice.
Although a bit cheesy,
The riddle's quite easy.
The answer I seek is ________.
Please explain how you came to your conclusion.
What style of poem is this and why is it [the style] famous?
The answer here is not sophistry, but perhaps you should study history; Location is key to answering me, and solving my little mystery.