Bloody Train - Poem by Douglas Scotney
for revenge of honor
not to be dulled
by a ghost,
put honor's lack
in Fortinbras' stupid,
to get Hamlet
back on track.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Like Peter I suppose, who still doubted despite having seen Jesus miracles. Perhaps not as dumb as he comes across.
Fortinbras, according to the Captain, will get no gain from his stupid venture into Poland.
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