It’s hard to say where a poem and its ensuing conversation will lead. It’s even harder to say where it will eventually end. To understand how it is we are about to arrive at the fortunate post-poem, post-conversational point to which we are headed, I will simply refer you to here instead of wasting precious time and space with a reenactment in paraphrase.
With that out of the way, I can now get us to the point to where we wish to be by pleasurably presenting to you the publication of this humble site’s very first play, penned by our good friend and literary phenom Paul Xylinides, author of THE WILD HORSES OF HIROSHIMA.
Tweeting in the Immortal Nineteenth Century
A Play in One Act
by Paul Xylinides
(Dedicated to K. Brindley)
William Wordsworth: Poet
Dorothy Wordsworth: Sister
The Wordsworth Lake District cottage
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