In the Wings

by scatterednotebooks

William Shakespeare wrote,
“We strut and fret our hour upon the
but I’ve spent my hour just watching from the
afraid to enter the play.

I sit in the livingroom shadows,
and watch life unfold in a box.

© L. Rose

3 Comments to “In the Wings”

  1. Ah….to dress the garb of 16th century…to have honour so hard to grab…to be in the audience of your play…is a…is a memory I have yet to have

    • Avast….man the bridge…I have just been warned of a threat….abandon ship like Cap’t Blythe…or…Man the cannons,,,, the treasure is nigh….so…successful in the battle….they find the treasure so dear…a book of poems by Harry….a wordsmith with a very fine ear

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