9 thoughts on “Word Garden

  1. If Shakespeare by the food of love. 😀

    Were I one half as great as Cymbeline,
    Or had the Rubicon with Caesar crossed,
    Then thou wouldst take my hand, and as my Queen
    Wouldst find, in love, no gentle labour lost;
    Had I, upon this warm, midsummer’s night,
    The craft to summon tempests in the dark,
    In dreams wouldst ride, and nothing thee afright,
    Upon the Nile, in Cleopatra’s barque.
    I am not great – a rude mechanical
    At best – thy learning is all Greek to me;
    I cannot sweetly sing a madrigal,
    Nor summon up the art of minstrelsy.
    My father’s name – mine own! – I cannot spell;
    But shouldst thou love me, then Will all end well!

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