Simply celebrating life
Poet, oh Poet,Wherefore art thou, Poet?Deny thy syntax and forget they meter,Because thanks to free verse none of that other stuff matters anyway.
My partner's been judged to have done some fine work there. "$300 or thirty days."The thing I remember most about that play is the commentary by the eminent Shakespearean scholar and Kittredge student, Richard Armour. Who wrote that R & J entered the play callow and impetuous, and left it noble, dignified, and dead. Armour was famous for pointing out how often one could slip up on that kind of appeal.
Where would we be without "The Bards"? ;-)
That nurse had a lot to answer for!
But then she thinks she'll play a trick,Determined him to marry,It all goes wrong, and before too longIt ends in hari-kari.
I like it!
I suspect the old Bard is smiling!Have an excellent weekend :)
Oh, I like this one!
How? she marvels. How does he come up with this stuff?
and definitely not a waste of time
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