Copesmate is the Shakespearean Word Of The Day (03/04/15)

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Copesmate (n.)

Copesmate means “companion, partner, familiar friend“.  Copesmate is cited in William Shakespeare’s play The Rape of Lucrece (Luc. 925) [Lucrece as if to tim] says: “Copesmate of ugly night”

The Story of Lucretia, an artistic and symbolic rendition of the event by Sandro Botticelli. In this detail of the center of the painting.

#ShakespeareanWordOfTheDay, #poetsareangels.com, @FelinaSilver, #FelinaSilverRobinson, #Copesmate

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