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Shakespeare uses injury imagery to signify vulnerability. When Macbeth describes Duncan’s corpse to his guests, he says: “his gashed stabs looked like a breach in nature, for ruin’s wasteful entrance” (II, iii, 106-7). At a later date in the play, Malcolm states that Scotland is bleeding, and that “each new day a gash is added to her wounds” (IV, iii, 40-1). These phrases suggest destructibility. Shakespeare achieves this through vivid metaphors that portray wounds as doorways to…

"Fenêtre à Sarlat" My husband and I stayed in Sarlat for a month, exploring the nearby prehistoric caves, walking through the formal gardens, enjoying the scenic villages and life of the weekly markets where we savored pates, mushrooms and wine of the region. Cassoulets and foie gras were featured on every menu there.

dcpnomadictraveler: While we boldly claim nature as our subject or canvas, it seem she simply waits patiently humbling us with time, weather and stunning effect. alucardoo: Window by Mad Orange on Flickr.

Creating beauty with flowers inspires a wonderful life. For more gardening inspiration, see book, Shamanic Gardening: Timeless Techniques for the Modern Sustainable Garden

Doors And Old Shutters Are A Great Way To Add Architectural Interest To A Room. I Have Even Hung Room Dividers On The Wall. Don't be Afraid To Use These In Unconventional Ways~

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Top 38 Best Ways To Repurpose and Reuse Old Windows

silver Ornament décor on old wooden window with greenery and a BIG red bow Merry Christmas