Jul 25, 2018
"Truly, the tree yields bad fruit."
Meet William McGonagall, the worst poet in the English language, and his exquisite Address to Shakespeare.
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McGonagall Online: A one-stop shop for the life and poets of this second Bard"
The real Tay Bridge Disaster chronicled on Wikipedia
McGonagall on Twitter
Sergei Prokofiev, "Montagues and Capulets", from Romeo and Juliet (ballet), 1935