Shakespeare wrote 154 sonnets. They meter 10 syllables per line.
The lines total 14. Valentine’s Day is on the 14th. A filovirus is 1400 nm long.
The Sonnets betray [to some] that Shakespeare was really a woman.
The Dark Lady: Amelia Bassano Lanier ~(sonnets 127-152)
She used stratagem to publish her work, something unheard of for a
woman in Elizabethan London. Her words breathe life to this day.
Viruses never really die, because they are not alive.
They inject their genetic material into a host cell, and assume control.
Love never dies. It carries on in words and songs.
I celebrate the Shakespearean Sonnets, and Love’s perseverance,
despite viral hijack, on this: February the 14th, 2013. **
voracious appetite for science, history, human rights issues and how they may be entwined with the beauty and horror of words
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