sexta-feira, 2 de março de 2007

The most excellent and lamentable history

Juliet: How cam´st thou hither, tell me, and wherefore?
The orchard walls are high and hard to climb

Romeo: With love´s light wings did I o´erperch these walls,
For stony limits cannot hold love out

William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet
foto: minha

2 comentários:

  1. A fine Friday evening to you Leonor! I am making a blog tour, for the first time in a long time and it is good. A corner turned? Perchance. To encounter but other corners around the block, no doubt. However, the fruit of this drop-by was to drink at Shakespeare's fountain for the first time in years, probably. And how rich and sweet that is! And what a Grande Inglês he was! Thank you my friend for luring me in here tonight. And very reassuring to see that you have lost none of your perplexity at some of your country's more frustrating aspects (previous post). And at least some of us have our eyes open wide enough to see beyond the foolishness that even if um dictador wins a TV game with 99% of the vote, that will never make him a grande ser humano. Will it? I hope all is well with you. Kisses and warm wishes.SXXX

  2. I´m so happy to have you back! Sure Shakespeare was a great man, a great Englishman also. I totally agree with you, if the other one wins, it´s only a TV show, still very disturbing that someone like him is even mentioned among the best.


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