Winners announced here! Write a short poem that begins with one line from any Shakespeare play or poem. The poem should be two to four lines in length. Post it in the comments section below under your full name and general area of residence (“Bob Smith, Denver, Colorado”). Two entries allowed per poet. When: Now until June 24, 2019 midnight EST. Winners Announced July 1, 2019. Who: Anyone in the world, any age or background, may participate. From within the Society, anyone, including Advisory Board Members, not involved in judging the contest may participate. (If you are outside the United States, you will have to have a PayPal account or a bank that accepts U.S. checks to receive the prize money if you win.) Prize: $100. You will also win this William Shakespeare pen donated by Joe Tessitore of New York City. Judge: Advisory Board Members and selected poets. Entry Fee: None Examples: Our first example and the idea for this contest comes from Mr. Tessitore, who came up with this contest. Thank you, Joe! In the Toilet Brevity is the soul of wit, yet on my brains I choose to sit, long-winded, (here a pun, methinks!). Small wonder, then, such humor stinks!