My Shakespearean page
Stay passenger, why goest thou by so fast?|
Read if thou canst
whom envious Death hath placed
Within this monument, Shakespeare,
With whom quick nature died:
Leaves living art but page to serve his wit....
In my opinion William Shakespeare is the most distinguished, accomplished poet of
all time. I admire him greatly because his brilliant words captured my interest
when I was in 6th grade; I did my book report on 'The Merchant of Venice'. From then on,
Reading Shakespeare's has been one of my activities I do in my spare time.
It's no wonder why so many people love reading
and quoting those lines; even D.H. Lawrence had something to say about Shakespeare:
|"When I read Shakespeare I am struck with wonder|
that such trivial people
should muse and thunder in
such lovely language."
The Tempest --John Waterhouse
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