Hacking makes a ticking sound,
regular and really quick.
Woodpeckers hack round for round
one spot of bark, which does the trick.
The mark is hit, success is gained,
fat maggots are the prize.
And when this layer has been drained
the hole has won in size.
The global net is like the tree,
and hackers work their way
along the dates they find for free,
regardless who must pay.