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William Shakespeare's Coloring Book Part 2-bookcover

By: Paul A. Downer

William Shakespeare's Coloring Book Part 2

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The lark that sang at the gates of heaven;

The eagle that vanished into a sunset;

The cock that was the trumpet to the morn;

The croaking raven that bellowed for revenge;

The nightingale that sang in a pomegranate tree;

The peacock that had its plumes pulled.

All these wild birds are mentioned in the plays and sonnets of William Shakespeare. In his works you can also find finches, swallows, a cuckoo, a hawk, a falcon, a sparrow and a crow that nested in a rookie wood along with a variety of flowers and plants.

Besides numerous cats and King Richard III’s horse, there is a leopard, a lion and many dogs.

Paul A. Downer lives in Hampshire. His only training in the field of ART was an 'O' LEVEL followed by the completion of a foundation course at Portsmouth College of Art. Besides his love of gardening he has always had an avid interest in William Shakespeare, his works and life. Now in retirement, much of his time is given to the caring of others, whilst at the same time creating Shakespearean images of plant life found in his literature, sonnets and poems.
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