Actually it runs closer to five minutes. I have no idea why they dubbed it "Three Minutes."
It's a comic sing through the play with doodle depictions of the scenes. It's really hilarious, if you're a lover of Shakespeare, or even if you just like the play Hamlet. And the rhymes are cute too. I think Shakespeare would have loved this.
Also, I know that melody but I just can't place it.
The dog park was busy and around 7:00 pm the predicted storm started to move in eared marked by ominous heavy clouds; by 7:25 the sky had grown dark and thunder was audible in the distance. It started to sprinkle and there was an exodus of the park. However Eddie and his owner, Ned; held out. Now Eddie a large English Pointer had been chasing a ball thrown by Ned for over a half hour and was hot. He made his way up to the 5’ by 4’ area below the fountain where the run off had created quite a
He said that the best time was when the
Wheat was just inches high in the fields.
Flat, rolled out land, naked to the sky.
Not for him was the joy of the windswept wheat,
The time when summer was dipping down for another year.
He liked the eager anticipation of what was to come.
The joy for me was the bend of Martin Dales,
For that was when I knew we had arrived.
Arrived for weeks and weeks,