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DR SEUSS SHAKESPEARE Green Eggs and Hamlet Enter Polonius and Ophelia
by David Ian
03/25/09
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Polonius & Ophelia Enter

POLONIUS: Come child and with thy countenance and composure assemble
Tell me thy father paternal what doth vex thy soul and make thy hands all tremble

OPHELIA: Good my lord and father who hath raised me
My troubles are of Hamlet who hath recently chased me
Through castle halls both dark and bright
And chapel of most sacred light
Through dining room his voiced boom
And then hed fume about the doom
And more hed loom in basement tomb
In stately room a glum hed gloom
Or so I assume by his dour costume--


POLONIUS: Such affliction is but a fountain of the womb
An such things may be expected in nobles, pray resume--

OPHELIA: And then hed see and look at me
So haughtily and frightfully
And thus hed be so terribly
Unnecessarily uncivilly
And extraordinarily melancholy,
Snootily, sulkily ,snobbily and insolently pon the balcony

POLUNIUS: Fie, pon this madness to such degree
Thus, the king should hear of this you should agree
And shall by this hand shall know, that I do decree
And we shall work to save his wits thus I guarantee

OPHELIA: And so hed do a thing or two
And thus I knew that as it grew
By what he drew a madness brew
And then he threw a fit hed flew
Into a new rage hereto
The like hed spew unequal to
Ifd youd review his overview
And break into so much ado and hullballo about a Who!

POLONIUS: A Who?

OPHELIA: Tis true!

POLONIUS: A Who?

OPHELIA: Or a few--

POLONIUS: A Who?

OPHELIA: Who knew?

POLONIUS: A Who?

OPHELIA: Im blue

POLONIUS: Not a What?

OPHELIA: Not a jut--

POLONIUS: Nor a How?

OPHELIA: That I vow

POLONIUS: Not a When?

OPHELIA: Nay and again--

POLONIUS: But a Who?

OPHELIA: What do I do?

POLONIUS: Ill see it through, thy fears shall subdue

OPHELIA: Father so true, I do give thanks unto you!

POLONIUS: Your love Ill imbue; to the king I am due.

OPHELIA: Adieu, an adieu

(POLONIUS & OPHELIA Exit)




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David Ian 18 Aug 2009
Lisa Mikitarian wrote: Hey David! That was rich--loved this line in particular: In stately room a glum hed gloom A witty and clever piece. Warmly, Lisa




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