A Letter To Shakespeare

A Letter To Shakespeare

A Poem by Weaving In Words
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Oh! Despair have I! For terror has clogged my mind! It's all a cause of reading those Shakespearean books, A dangerous past-time! Title explains all.

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Shakespeare, oh Shakespeare,
Thou hat a strange name.
Thy talent in poetry,
Drives me quite insane.


It leaves me with riddles;
A mess in my mind.
Be gone with thou Shakespeare,
For all good time!


I hope thou canst forgive me,
For this tragic death wish,
Tis just thy talent in poetry…
Whereas mine is amiss.


I hope we can meet,
Under different times,
When my brain isn't so befuddled,
Or speaking in such rhymes.

© 2013 Weaving In Words


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Weaving In Words
If you could suggest some changes/improvements, that would be fantastic. Thank you!

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This was cute. I personally am a huge Shakespeare fan. I love the way the words jsut flow and are easy to understand. i think If I would, I would suggest just a few little things. Line 2 Stanza one, use "hast" not "hat"

In the last stanza your tempo gets thrown way off, because the first two lines don't have as many beats as most of the other lines. I'd work on tightening the piece, up. Try to get an even beat count perline and or per rhyme sequence and then even out the line lengths.

If you courageous, you might even try re-writing the piece using the beat count found in morst of Shakespeares Sonnets.

Twas surely an enjoyment upon this mind to read ink such as this.

Aaron - Wolfwind

Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Weaving In Words

7 Years Ago

Thank you!! :D I'll take this under account :)
The Shakespearean sonnets might be quite hard t.. read more



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This was cute. I personally am a huge Shakespeare fan. I love the way the words jsut flow and are easy to understand. i think If I would, I would suggest just a few little things. Line 2 Stanza one, use "hast" not "hat"

In the last stanza your tempo gets thrown way off, because the first two lines don't have as many beats as most of the other lines. I'd work on tightening the piece, up. Try to get an even beat count perline and or per rhyme sequence and then even out the line lengths.

If you courageous, you might even try re-writing the piece using the beat count found in morst of Shakespeares Sonnets.

Twas surely an enjoyment upon this mind to read ink such as this.

Aaron - Wolfwind

Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Weaving In Words

7 Years Ago

Thank you!! :D I'll take this under account :)
The Shakespearean sonnets might be quite hard t.. read more

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Added on October 6, 2013
Last Updated on October 12, 2013
Tags: Shakespeare, Humour, Madness