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"PoHaRoShyPoJu" by Will Yam Shake Spear?

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A/N: Just a little background of how this came to be... Harhar... :evil:

 

Back in our 3rd yr. HS Literature class, we were required by our prof. to memorize several Shakespeare pieces then recite it in front of the class. Those who was able to declaim beautifully was chosen to compete with the representatives of the other sections. But for those of us who were not good memorizing and couldn't care less in a declaiming competition... well, see what happened when 4 of us(Will, Yam, Shake, and Spear) got bored...

Hehehe... :evil::evil::evil:

 

These are Shakespeare's words, I(we) do not own them. We just tweaked them a bit. Read Romeo and Juliet, Merchant of Venice, and Hamlet. ;)

~o~o~o~o~

 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC:

This is the product of four minds bordering Insanity. Listeners(Readers) have the right to sue us. (DON'T! Please? :D) Read it with emotion, FEEL it. :evil:

 

 

 

PoHaRoShyPoJu

by Will Yam Shake Spear?

 

To be or not to be, my blessing with thee

O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou a Jew?

That is the question.

It is the east, hath not a Jew eyes?

It droppeth as the slings and arrows of outrageous revenge

The pangs of Juliet! To die, to sleep, But soft!

If you prick us, do we not laugh?

If you tickle us, do we not die?

If you poison us, do we not revenge?

And if you wrong us, do we not bleed?

But mercy is above this sceptered sway.

For who would fardels bear the whips and scorns of time

Thus conscience does make cowards of us all

Arise fair sun and kill the envious moon!

'Tis but thy flesh that is my enemy!

Grapple them unto thy soul with hoops of steel

Farewell but I will better the instruction.

'Tis not to me she speaks that which we call a rose

This above all, their currents turn awry

And lose the name of action.

My bounty is too bold and hindered me half a million

'Tis mightiest in the mightiest

It becomes the enterprises of great pitch and moment

That I may touch that cheek

Farewell, my blessing season's justice.

 

 

Makes sense?

Nah... :D

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LOL!!! ZOMG this was hilarious! :D I remember reading some of "Merchant of Venice" From last year in our school and LOL'ed at the way you guys "just tweaked them a bit." XD XD XD. Great job! The borders of insanity can really get your minds going XD :goodjob:

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