Forgotten Poems: 111 / 500

“all The World’s A Stage”

Rating: 2.7

Shakespeare wrote what we’ve forgotten
Human beings act their way through life
Sweet, ripe fruit, with a few gone rotten
All walk the keen edge of Lucifer’s knife

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Adeline Foster 03 October 2011

And then there was Walter Savage Landor- a riddle, can you find it? But when we play the fool, how wide The theatre expands! beside, How long the audience sits before us! How many prompters! what a chorus! Adeline

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Rubab Meraj 18 November 2010

Sweet poetry! Nice touch! And a great sense of humour. You write the honest truth! well we read this poem when i was in seveth grade and if we read your poem after the lesson we really would have had fun. Though i do dislike shakespeare.

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Chitra - 30 November 2008

thes four lines take us to the hilt of the meaning of life... very philosophical and impactful

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Ashraful Musaddeq 18 October 2008

So short and so cute. Lovely composition. My 10 with love.

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