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Fett Couplets in Shakespeare Star Wars Author's #TwitterFiction

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Ian Doescher, author of the Shakespeare Star Wars books, took to Twitter today for a series of Star Wars themed tweets. One of his ground rules: "two lines of rhyming iambic pentameter for each couplet!"

Here are all of the Fett ones!

Jango Fett to Boba Fett:
"Thou shalt grow stronger still, my son, my pet,
And earn the honor due to one nam'd Fett." (Permalink)

Boba Fett to Jango Fett:
"Good father, how I love thy villainy,
Thou art so bad, which is so good to me." (Permalink)

Jango Fett to his clones:
"Excel in virtue ye do mightily:
Perfection, insofar as thou art me." (Permalink)

Clones to Jango Fett:
"Enduring thanks to thee, our prototype:
We'll match thy frightful strength--aye, stripe for stripe." (Permalink)

Boba Fett to disintegrations:
"Though Vader thinks on thee and sayeth 'Nay,'
Thou dost remain my favor'd method, yea." (Permalink)

Boba Fett to every woman everywhere:
"Let your minds wonder at this fact profound:
There's plenty Boba Fett to go around." (Permalink)

Which one was your favorite?


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