The Butterfly Effect (A Tribute to William Shakespeare)

By: Bard (School of Earth and Environmental Sciences)
Competition Year: 2016
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When Heaven’s creation I first espied,
Extraordinary desire rose within,
Once impregnable heartstrings now untied,
Mine ecstasy did her conquest begin;
Mine fragile soul enchantress’ eyes beckoned,
Her ruby lips smiling exquisitely,
Those flaxen locks might elicit vection,
In passion I forget reality:
To thine siren’s call I bow futilely,
Thine dulcet voice perchance a Piper’s fife,
Our affair resembles idolatry,
Mine sole ambition to christen thee wife;
The butterfly effect evoked in me,
To covet thee: disciple’s destiny.
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