Thursday, 4 August 2011

With apologies, a fractured quotation

A bear escapes from a zoo and wanders into the rare book room of a library. The library’s prize possession—the earliest known copy of Shakespeare’s sonnets, printed on both sides of 72 sheets of paper—is on display in a glass case. The bear attacks the case and destroys this priceless relic of our literary heritage.

Bear ruined quires where sweet the late bard sang

(I am fond of puns.)

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