Saying it Best

June 2, 2010
By Anonymous

A fool’s paradise is better than none.
And wild goose chases are kind of fun.
Is there anything wrong with blind love?
And sometimes foul play is more than a shove.
Star crossed lovers, no rhyme or reason.
Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day or another season?
Live a charmed life and things couldn’t be sweeter.
Keep your fancy free and your mind even free-er.
Fight fire with fire, and then you’ll go far.
No more cake and ale? I heard there’s a bar.
There’s a method to this madness, wouldn’t have guessed?
Sometimes Shakespeare just says it best.

The author's comments:
This poem includes common phrases that we can thank Shakespeare for.

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