Who He?

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Who He?

What He do?

Was He Famous?

I’ve not a clue.

Is He live?

or

Is He dead?

Is there a price

Upon His Head?

What He write?

Was It good?

I read CrimeFiction

Is He understood?

Who He?

What He do?

©GraemeSandford2015

3 responses to “Who He?

  1. what he do? I have no clue, i just know the phrase to be or not to be which i still don´t understand what that be is

  2. Who He?
    If I were the writer of this, you may think that I did a mistake 🙂
    who is He? or who was He?
    and going on,
    What He do?
    What He does?
    bingo we catch the same sentence in here 🙂

    Was He Famous?

    I’ve not a clue.

    Is He live?
    Is He alive? or Is He living?

    or

    Is He dead?

    Is there a price

    Upon His Head?

    What He write?
    What He writes? or What does He write?
    Was It good?

    I read CrimeFiction

    Is He understood?

    Who He?

    What He do?

    I will never understand these word playing… But of course there is amazing poetical and nice sound when I read aloud, I love, enjoyed… But with my second language, my English not being easy to understand… Poetry and humor they are like Himalayas, I just dream to climb… Thank you dear G, love, nia

  3. I just tried to make the above very basic. I left out words that are usually essential to correct grammar; but, not always needed when you think about how words and phrases are used and spoken. Another short / time limitationed piece that was written with the lack of coherence as a feature.

    Shakespeare’s Hamlet uses the To be / not to be soliloquy as his external vocalisation of his internal quandary over whether to exist or kill himself. Shakespeare uses this speech to show us what Hamlet is dealing with in his mind. G:)

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