William Who?

We often quote from Shakespeare, he with the gift of the gab, with ‘one fell swoop’ or ‘into thin air’, expressions all quite fab. For ‘stepping oe’r the bounds of modesty’ or perhaps to ‘lend me your ear’,   ‘It is a foregone conclusion’ that they’ll often reappear.     His famous ‘What the Dickens’ was long before Charlie’s birth, And Aldous Huxley’s ‘Brave New World’ was later down to earth. ‘ Eaten me out of house and home’, ’For Goodness’ sake’, and witches, ‘Love me or hate me’, and ‘Fair play’, ‘had you all in stitches’. ‘When I saw you I fell in love’, ‘You smiled because you knew’.But perhaps with caution  he might say, ‘to thine own self be true.’‘The course of true love never runs smooth’, ‘Think about tomorrow’. ‘Goodnight, Goodnight’, perhaps he said,  ‘Parting is such sweet sorrow’. It isn’t very surprising now that his words have meaning still,  ‘To be a champ you must believe in yourself when no-one will’!