to be is to be in, not to be is
to be without, yet
this ‘without’ is another type of in
“not to be”, as Hamlet seeks, questions, finds out is to be without
a father, a mother, a brother, a lover, life
Ophelia ‘outs’ herself and Hamlet
because she was never all in
her father led
and her actions spoke ‘I don’t love you enough’
to be ‘in’ is to be
to be without is to be in death
in, or without?
that is the question
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