Shakespearian Imitation

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A piece of Shakespeare with a twist

Submitted: May 17, 2007

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Submitted: May 17, 2007



My Imitation:

Tell me where is Iraq’s warhead,
It wasn’t found, we were mislead!
How begot, how bolstered?
Reply, reply.
It is presumed with his lies,
With fears imbued, the soldier dies
In the deceit where he lies.
Let us all begin this expel
I’ll begin it, -Bush, the moronic, go to hell.

All. Bush, the moronic, go to hell

Original by Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice"

Tell me where is fancy bred,
Or in the heart or in the head?
How begot, how nourished?
Reply, reply.
It is engender’d in the eyes,
With gazing fed; and fancy dies
In the cradle, where it lies.
Let us all ring fancy’s knell;
I’ll begin it – Ding, dong, bell.

All. Ding, dong, bell

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