Baby shakespeare world of poetry

Baby shakespeare world of poetry

2011 eNotescom Incor its LicensorsPlease see We came crying hitherLearIf thou wilt weep my fortunes take my eyesI know thee well enough thy name is GloucesterThou must be patient we came crying hitherThou knowst the first time that we smell the airWe wawl and cryKing Lear Act 4 scene 6 176150180Well after first meeting the Duke of Gloucester in this scene seeEVERY INCH A KINGfinally recognizes the old man who is now blindLear offers the duke his own eyes in return for tear Source: Baby shakespeare world of poetry

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