Blottentots And How To Make Them

bookshelves: e-book, gutenberg-project, poetry, art-forms, amusing, kiddlewinks, under-10-ratings, winter-20132014

Read on February 15, 2014

IMPISH

You can see by the look of this
big-footed Sprite,
That just the one thing that
affords him delight
Is to give a high jump and land
on your toe,
On the very same spot where
the biggest corns grow.

Hah – what fun, so I opened up an ink cartridge and had a go myself and am now covered in the ruddy stuff!

MACBETH

Act I, Scene I.

“When shall we ‘two’ meet again—
In thunder, lightning, or in rain?”
“When the hurly-burly’s done,
When the battle’s lost and won.”

Gutenberg

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