Shakespeare, A Man After A Gardener’s Own Heart Apr24 by melodylowes “Oh, that this too too solid flesh would melt, thaw, and resolve itself into a dew…” * I’m with Hamlet on this one… Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
I can see why.
🙂 My son was quoting from Hamlet last night – and I was deeply impressed by this line…
I am deeply impressed that your son quotes Hamlet.
🙂 He’s working on a soliloquy as a part of his English mark, so it’s not QUITE as incredible as it sounds…
Okay, I know I went down a different tangent on this one–I was thinkin’ “thinner”….(mind you I only think, and wax poetic about it, not exercise). Have a blessed day!
Thanks JS! 🙂
and it will!
It IS! Slowly but surely, it disappeareth! 🙂
Oh Melody! It has to go . .you’ve thrown all the poetry you could muster at it! 🙂
I have, haven’t I? 🙂 There were a few more puddles today for the poor geese, so that’s a god sign!
Oops – I mean ‘good’ sign… 🙂