In a message dated 23/12/96 23:40:49, Linda writes:
Jim Wilson wrote
>For wheresoe'er thou art in this world's globe,
>I'll have an Iris that shall find thee out.
> --King Henry VI, Act 3, Scene 2
What in the world does that mean? >>
An eye reference I think, as opposed to plants. It means, "wherever you go, I
have spies that will watch you"
who finds Shakespeare easy to understand having also studied Chaucer who
wrote (beautiful) gibberish.