Hamlet: Lost & Found

On a nondescript road (x) in the hamlet, the Danish Prince lost his way and came quite undone . . Truth being what it is, he struggled to get better, and after years of healing spirit, mind, and body; he loved her still.  💕

Trendelburg, Germany, Summer 2016 © Lisa Ellen Goodman Photography

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Nose Whisker (in Shakespearean Vernacular)

Nose whisker, nose whisker
Henceforth you poketh thus
What trickery o’ cruel cunning
Hast thou employed to enter my nostril’s bed chamber?
Unsightly creature of Lucifer,
Methinks thou art a rogue hair!

Unsightly nose whisker. Illustration by LEG (me)

Unsightly nose whisker. Illustration by LEG (me)

As Prince Hamlet might suggest, get thee to a nunnery!

Make haste!

Begone, foul tuft!

Snip snip.

(Sword clatters on the ground, beside the nose whisker)

Adieu, Sirrah.

MAKE haste, nose whisker!! Illustration by LEG.
Make haste, nose whisker!! Illustration by LEG.