“When the hurly-burly’s done, when the battle’s lost and won” quote from Macbeth.
I would rather wait and it be work it- than force it and it be rubbish.
"Love comforteth like sunshine after rain" Venus and Adonis by his Shakeyness
As always, I do love how Shakespeare is still relevant now as he was when he first wrote this. But then- does human nature really change all that much?
There has been a long history of animals being mistaken for the mystical. Birds for angels. Manatees for mermaids.
“Lord, what fools these mortals be!” Midsummer Night’s Dream by the man himself!
It picks up and echoes the sentiments of Sonnet 52, of longing and parting.
Stupidity is the unknowing of being unknowing in my eyes. You just simply weren't aware. However, ignorance is being aware but not accepting, acknowledging or learning it.
So Happy Mother's Day to all the maaahms out there! Mine should have a bunch of perrty flowers care of me shortly (or already).
I do like Taming of the Shrew especially in the BBC's Retold studded with amazing actresses and actors and comedians.