SHAKESPEARE IN THE WOODS…


OH ROMEO 1

” ROMEO, ROMEO. WHEREFORE ART THOU ROMEO?”—–William Shakespeare

I am trying to get upeth to your balcony..

HANG ON A MINUTE…I AM TRYING TO CLIMB UPETH TO THOU’S BALCONY…Not Shakespeare.

Under loves heavy burden do I sink

“UNDER LOVES HEAVY BURDEN DO I SINK”…William Shakespeare.

AND NOW HERE COMES THE A BAD GUY…

A PLAGUE ON BOTH YOUR HOUSES- William Sharkespeare

“A PLAGUE A’ BOTH YOUR HOUSES”…William Shakespeare

 

I HOPETH THAT SHAKESPEARE IS NOT ROLLING IN HIS GRAVETH.

49 thoughts on “SHAKESPEARE IN THE WOODS…

  1. With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come.
    Willie S

    and as the wrinkles growth on I, from yonder stalks the evil eye, the laughter is with mirth and glee, for he last young see-kith not for me…
    Bulldog.

    Gee but that last photo is a National Geo photo… magnifico.. glorious, majestic, superb, extraordinary and impressive… wow it is bloody marvelous… top shelf my friend top shelf, but so high your standard is now almost beyond reach…

    1. LOLOLOL! I like the Bulldog quote especially! Thank you for your wonderful compliments….Thou dost professeth too much admiration of yon squirrel?!??

  2. “A plague on both your houses” is classic. He’s a real keeper. The first and last ones are really superb, Suzanne. Portraits, they are, and fine ones at that!

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