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*(A hybrid piece of verse—hence the title—that attempts to splice the primary poetic styles or themes of William Shakespeare, The Bard of Avon; and Emily Dickinson, the genius recluse-poet.).

“To be or not to be?”
The Bard doth ask;
"Life and Death—," Emily
then takes to task.


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