Watching these scenes - particularly those of the drowned Magician, lying in a riverine garden, kissed by nymphs - I think of Shakespeare's lines "Full fathom five thy father lies/Of his bones are coral made/ Those are pearls that were his eyes/Nothing of him that doth
suffer a sea-change/Into something rich and strange." Cremaster 5 shares something with those lines and with The Tempest generally, in the beauty of its texture, its magical atmosphere, and its harmonizing of transformation and loss.
And he loves me; yet no One un-becomming thought doth
A-haying while the sun doth
shine; Gathering rosebuds while I may, Reveling in the brief sensation Of basking in your admiration.
In a churchyard, near the cavern, Where the myrtle doth
entwine, There grow roses and other posies, Fertilized by Clementine.
I know you all, and will awhile uphold The unyok ' d humour of your idleness: Yet herein will I imitate the sun, Who doth
permit the base contagious clouds To smother up his beauty from the world, That when he please again to be himself, Being wanted, he may be more wonder ' d at.
The value to the community fund would be in the region of PS90,000 to PS112,000 per year, but only if the wind doth
The Dutch duo, featuring rapper Ray Slijngrd and vocalist Anita Doth
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Shakespeare reminds us all - especially those whose duty it is to uphold the law - that: "Though justice be thy plea, consider this, that, in the course of justice, none of us should see salvation: we do pray for mercy; and that same prayer doth
teach us all to render the deeds of mercy."
PEACE TO THE MEMORY OF DIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES BY PATRICK MCGRATH Peace is a rose in the border, Whose sweetness to all doth
And thy basalt mound doth
soundly brave The rampant storm and wind which gave Such weathered scars to weep aloud Yet still you stand aloof and proud.
"Moderately drunken, it doth
acuate (sharpen) and doth
quicken a man's wits, it doth
comfort the heart, it doth
scour the liver; specially, if it be white wine, it doth
rejuice all the powers of man, and doth
nourish them; it doth
ingender good blood, it doth
nourish the brain and all the body."