Romeo And Juliet Act Ii - Poem by Liz Bennett
Enter Romeo again,
A dashing coward,
Metaphors and similes on the tip of his tongue.
Is God playing Shakespeare with me?
My knight in shining armour,
Complete with the vices of Hamlet and Romeo, combined,
Makes a tragicomedy out of my life.
I’d like my happy ending now, please.
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