A Not-So-Divine Comedy about Health & Fitness in Devilishly Clever Verse
Poetry blogger Will Shakespeare is at it again — this time with a parody of Dante Alighieri's classic, The Divine Comedy.
When an overweight guy's family forces him to get help dealing with his demon pal Sloth, he goes to see an Exercist. (That's a specialist who gets rid of demons by working 'em hard at the gym.) But neither the Exercist nor the demon is very cooperative and our guy is caught in the middle... until he comes up with his own plan for dealing with BOTH problems.
Health and fitness (and possibly exorcism) will never be the same again!
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Gregorian chants uttered by dying Vikings... fat Sith lords... classic Yeti rock... Roman emperors invading Hades... a famous Greek hero on trial for murder... roasted parakeets... a battle between a famous radioactive Japanese monster and a legendary Chinese hero... a Bible villain’s missing wife... and, of course, one dead spider.
These are just a few of the victims in Will’s new poetry collection. Containing some of his favorites from the blog, as well as several never-before-seen pieces, this book serves as a classic introduction to his sometimes twisted poetry.
NOTE: No spiders, monsters, Sith, Romans, Vikings, etc. were harmed during the writing of these parodies. (At least not that we know of.)
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