Tag Archives: Shakespeare

Found Tanka: Hippolyta, A Midsummer NIght’s Dream, I.1

…Dream away the time; And then the moon, like to a Silver bow new-bent In heaven, shall behold the Night of our solemnities.

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Shakespeare 2013, The Haiku Soliloquies

He fancied himself a wit and a scholar. His most recent project was a compendium of Shakespeare soliloquies translated into a feeble approximation of haiku. Thus he succeeded in denigrating two literary traditions at once. From Macbeth: Out, out brief … Continue reading

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With Apologies to the Real Bard

Somewhere down the line being carded for beer became offers of senior discounts. It is only September but I feel myself slipping into the winter of my discontent.

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This is a Communiqué

From Field Commander Saarinen: We have the Bard of Liminga sequestered under a full moon in a field of wild strawberries in the place where the coyote sniffs the trail of the spike-horned buck. The price on his head is … Continue reading

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