Tuesday, January 09, 2007

A final word from Will


Since I have run out of my Shakespeare calendar, here is a final word of wisdom from Will.

With mirth and laughter
let old wrinkles come.
~The Merchant of
Venice 1.i. 86

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sonnet 19: (paraphrasing) carving wrinkles on his love's fair brow, is a crime.

turn yourself in immediately to the nearest ASPCA for wrinkling that puppys forehead....

srk

4HisChurch said...

*gasp!* You caught me! (I didn't know you were a Shakespeare fan.)

Anonymous said...

DSIL, I am an effete literary snob.
Surprise, surprise, surprise.

srk

4HisChurch said...

Wow!

Ginny said...

He is the cutest thing!

mk said...

Anonymous, or the dog!?!? hehe

4HisChurch said...

LOL!

Ginny said...

I don't know does anonymous have those very precious wrinkles, lol :)

mk said...

no, but he is VERY furry and cute!!!

Anonymous said...

Yes anonymous has wrinkles - actually better called furrows - he gets them from MK.

4HisChurch said...

Ah, but can she say the same...?

Anonymous said...

Yes, and with a greater verity than I.

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