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Discussion in 'Personal' started by doomzebra, Jun 17, 2011.
Which, taken at the flood, fills your wellies with kelp
Sometimes that is preferable to the alternatives.
I was pondering recently what a bloody mess I've made of my life.
'Omitted, all the voyage of their life
Is bound in shallows and in miseries.' Complete with kelp!
Sums it up really.
(Oh I do love a bit of Shakespeare!)
He did have a way with words
He also was capable of producing the most unmitigated tripe as well
Do you think so?
I only seem to recall, or look-up the good bits then!
Have you got an example of a 'tripey' bit? Just so I know!
Far from the sea, but still overwhelmed with vegetal difficulties
Midway through my journey of this life
I found myself entangled in a dark wood,
And much as I tried, could not find the right way
- a bit of a paraphrase of Dante
But what about Tennyson's perspective?
Yet all experience is an arch/wherethrough gleams that untravelled world/ whose margins fade for ever and forever/ When I move
Having played second gaoler in Cymbeline I got to help escort Posthumus
Leonatus into prison and delivered my one line of "Ay, or a stomach" and then vanished from stage, never to return - what a monumental waste of time - first gaoler could easily have delivered the line.
But if it was in a film, or TV, you would have been paid extra for delivering a line............
......perhap (s) The Globe had a similar arrangement!
Thebigonion and Gardening Leaves:
Wonderful quotes both.
(I can see I am about to be outclassed! Danté! Tennyson!)