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Grass and poetry for William Shakespeare

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I brought the grass back to the road to William Shakespeare . I smiled a smile and waved to the last little girl of all on the wagon . She smiled and waved her hand. Then three more of them waved. I waved some more. The wagon had its going on, and William Shakespeare had begins to nibble at the grass I was holding in my fingers. While he did nibble nibbles I did tell him poems. William Shakespeare does have such a fondness for poetry and nibbles of grass and apples and sugar-lumps.
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