London Shakespeare WorkoutWelcome to LSW's Interactive Witslings!

A Witsling is an original poem (written by you!) which takes as its starting point a line of Shakespeare's verse. The poem is written in iambic pentameter (di dum di dum di dum di dum di dum) and can be any length from 3 or 4 lines upwards. That's all there is to it - easy, huh? You needn't take too long over it - at LSW each week we allow ourselves just 2 or 3 minutes - just write whatever comes into your head. (If you're still not sure about this, click here for a more detailed explanation of Witslings)

The contents frame shows the titles of all the Witslings submitted so far. Selecting a title will cause the corresponding Witsling to be loaded into this frame.

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In addition, each Witsling has links to let you reply to it (continue the thread) and navigate the list of Witslings.

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