Kill Shakespeare #1
My final word, an auspicious debut this may be
a pedigree most curious, it seemed.
Its concept strong willed but employed poorly,
more reading will determine if redeemed!
While the pencil lines were unoffensive,
the coloring fashioned most erratic,
but tis the writing which leaves me pensive-
more, when they reach the isle, it is septic.
References to plays, I like it done-
here the scribes give enough to understand.
But as to kill Shakespeare by the king's son?
Not enough is done to expose Dick's Land.
Another issue to see it alive,
to this one score, I give a hearty five