You’ve told them once, a hundred times. “Listen to Shakespeare. Hear the voice in your head. Don’t turn it into a math question.” But are they listening?
You glare round the classroom at students’ dull blank stares.
“Toil and trouble…”
And, all unawares, you’ve closed your eyes, listening…
Saturday writing essentials Challenge: Write something (prose or poetry; fiction, nonfiction, or essay) using only second person. Somewhere in your work, include an authorial intrusion and try to make it subtle enough that none of your readers will be able to identify it.