Pick a line at random from the four in the first group, a line from the four in the second group, and so on, to create a Shakespearean sonnet with rhyme scheme abab cdcd efef gg. Repeat this process to create a second sonnet that is a line-by-line anagram of the first. There are some other mild constraints: the four lines in the second group mention the four seasons, and there are minor allusions to other poems. The lines were constructed to make each sonnet say something reasonably coherent (vaguely having to do with the current world situation).
"368,435,456 Sonnet Anagrams,"
Word Ways: Vol. 38
, Article 19.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol38/iss3/19