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Shakespeare’s Quills

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“Lest the wise world should look into your moan,
And mock you with me after I am gone.” – W. Shakespeare

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No, I don’t think you Shakespeare would have
ever thought of your quills as things necessarily
different from buttons on my keyboard, and of paper
as poles apart from my computer screen; though

all that visible ink always painted your fingers,
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Uriah Hamilton 02 December 2005

Good poem! Shakespeare achieved something immortal that modern poets don't dare even think of.

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