After he graduated from Cambridge he went to London and joined the Admiral's Men, a group of theatrical players.
He mentions Sir Gawain in the Squire's Tale, and some critics have seen the influence of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight on that tale see note 75-295, p.
He turned up in London in 1592 and by 1594 was acting and writing with the play group the Lord Chamberlain's Men.
Home for me is not where I am safe, but where she is safe.
It was spent aimlessly, getting through each new day.
Wherever his hand has lain there is a tiny purple blossom under his touch to which the fibres of her being stem one by one, each to its end, until the whole field is a white desire, empty, a single stem, a cluster, flower by flower, a pious wish to whiteness gone over— or nothing.