Venus and Adonis by Shakespeare
Venus has captured Adonis---"Fondling, she saith, 'since I have hemmed thee here
Within the circuit of this ivory pale (her arms),
I'll be a park, and thou shalt be my deer.
Feed where thou wilt,on mountain or in dale;
Graze on my lips, and if those hills be dry,
Stray lower,where the pleasant fountains lie."
Pleasant fountains, indeed, Willy, pleasant fountains indeed!
I can even get into trouble at the seemingly innocuous center of high education and enlightenment of the Barnes and Noble bookstore! I stumbled across this naughtily hilarious book called Filthy Shakespeare while pretending to peruse the latest releases. I must have made an odd sight laughing at the raunchy poetic interpretations, but it is not entirely taboo if it is a literary great like ol' Will right? I proudly brought my find to the innocent little blonde girl at the counter and slapped down a cool $20 for some dirty literature (bummer--no pictures though)!:-)