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  1. #11
    Yvonne Oots
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    Re: Writer's Block Game 5/SHAKESPEARE/Alphabet

    Insist, young maidens fair. Is there but one brave knight, yea, I answer not. But seek your knights in your dreams for that is where the bravest of the brave lay.



  2. #12
    Yvonne Oots
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    Re: Writer's Block Game 5/SHAKESPEARE/Alphabet

    Jest, oh to laugh amid my mates, those who play among the letters fair. Wilts, not one will see their way to the board and answer me true.

  3. #13
    Kaz
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    Re: Writer's Block Game 5/SHAKESPEARE/Alphabet

    Keep to the main road of the castle keep perchance to see the knave who stole Sir Orville's nuts and hid them in the wagonbox that hauled the wenches to the river bank whereby they shed their garments, plunged into the water to cleanse the dust, and then served pints to drunken louts from battles fought with clanging swords and snorting steeds begarbed in mail along with mutts whose noses sought to scent the stolen nuts, but further foiled they did lament through gulps of ale Sir Orville's ire if they should fail.

  4. #14
    Donald Lowery
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    Re: Writer's Block Game 5/SHAKESPEARE/Alphabet

    Leave me lads, leave me to what we all already know, you muts
    I know you suspect that the idea of Orville and his precious ones are near
    But the best we can do Sir, is to remain true to our purpose here
    We also know that there is nothing new in this world
    That we could ever hope to know--from soup to nuts...
    What sayeth you with your ideas so wordlessly
    We're all trapped within ourselves, with only our opinions factlessly

  5. #15
    Yvonne Oots
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    Re: Writer's Block Game 5/SHAKESPEARE/Alphabet

    Might I beseach thee, kind lords and ladies of the realm, have ye no word,of the quest from Brian the H. I fret that he might be captive, held up by some whore who serves him only ill will.

  6. #16
    Donald Lowery
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    Re: Writer's Block Game 5/SHAKESPEARE/Alphabet

    Nay, nay, nay...
    My Darlene of Ottsville, no treble atall
    I've heard from the bestial brother of orville
    He told me face to face that he loves many butts
    At the present time, he be captive by choice with maidens a ton
    Who do serve him more than grapes and nuts
    And ale
    I know he ails, but with a smile my dear one

  7. #17
    Picture Book
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    Re: Writer's Block Game 5/SHAKESPEARE/Alphabet

    Orville be wrapped in fine clothes,
    Rings put upon his fingers,
    A most delicious banquet of nuts by his bed,
    He ne'er resists being tied fastly to his bed
    In drunken stupour, he knows not that he is dress'd
    Like a fine lady in skirts and petticoats and fancy heels

  8. #18
    Yvonne Oots
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    Re: Writer's Block Game 5/SHAKESPEARE/Alphabet

    Please I beseach thee, nay not just the two of you, so king that you are. I fear that Orville of Nuts is but a swine and Brian Of H., lo others like him have fallen into vile hands, yea fine lady, Picture of Books, Donald of Lowery, if but your friend, this Brian of H. why, why aren't thy with him. He has befallen ill, prithy tell me more of these fine ladies skirts that he wears.

  9. #19
    Kaz
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    Re: Writer's Block Game 5/SHAKESPEARE/Alphabet

    Quickly, My Liege, off with thy skirts Orville lest thy Queen be een more confused than Brian of H or Donald of Lowery and wonder precisely which nuts thou has lost.

  10. #20
    Yvonne Oots
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    Re: Writer's Block Game 5/SHAKESPEARE/Alphabet

    Rest ye all, for I fear they may be lost forever, for all know how much freer thy nuts are when dressed openly as would a woman. I fear all is lost, for the two of them.

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