Treasure Island

Amera Andersen

(12/03/81 / New Jersey)

Me Shakespeare

Now I can writ dees sonnets too
Wit all dat poem and rhymin stuff
Jus like that Shakespeare buckaroo
His masterpieces ain’t dat tough
Dat Shakespear guy was pretty strange
He writ his stuff wit fedder quill
His underwear he’d never change
Dat was da secret to his skill
Now if ya think I’m foolin; hay!
Jes try ta read his garbled mess
Dat Shakespeare guy was really gay
A closet queen who wore a dress
So common guys, read my sonnet
Not dis guy in heels and bonnet

Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2008

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  • Sidi Mahtrow (8/9/2008 9:42:00 AM)

    How is it you can say
    That William was a triffle gay
    For not much is know about
    This minstrel who wrote a lot.

    For sure he seemed to write
    About things we often cite
    And many of his trite sayings
    Have a way of staying.

    But be that as it may,
    I enjoyed what it is you have to say
    And perhaps when you get it off your chest
    You'll really enjoy what he wrote best.

    The best of (Report) Reply

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