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Two Lines Short Of A Sonnet


Frank E Gibbard
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Frank E Gibbard

Bill a man with Shakespeare syndrome leaves a note for his Anne Hathaway and her reply

 

Anne most dear and sweetest heart I quest of thee

Think on most benevolent Nature’s beneficent

And munificent provisioner please I prithee plea

Unriddle me fair lady this humdrum conundrum

Can’st thou conjure the nature of my hungered lust

Figure whence this half’s satisfaction may gather

It’s means a hole whose winged deliverer doth open

Making whole not with issue oh dull orb infertile

To beat or not to beat good or bad to eat all in shell

For all is well if love’s labour is not lost aye merry

 

John if you want a bloody egg just ask for it and for the last time my ****ing name is Mary

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Aleksandra

Very interesting written Frank. I like this nice style.

Well written and powerful. I love it

 

Alek

The poet is a liar who always speaks the truth - Jean Cocteau

History of Macedonia

 

 

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