Ozymandias

Good news about my mom's suitcase. We got it back! But then this morning, they locked themselves out of their flat. Out of the frying pan...
Did I mention the play we saw yesterday had full frontal nudity? Yep. And they didn't even mention it on their flyers! A couple of un-circumcised willy's were on full view and it did make it hard to look anywhere else when they whipped them out.
Science is Ozymandias. Soundbites are the ruin of it. Read at: INfluencer Blog; Huffington Post; US News & World Report; About.com
Tintern Abbey is a famous ruin. Wordsworth's poem, "Tintern Abbey"(1798) reflects the once grand structure's sublimity.
All of this is sparked by her viewing, "Man Carrying a Corpse," a drawing by Luca Signorelli. The painting shows is a dorsal
"These our actors, as I foretold you, were all spirits and are melted into air, into thin air: and...leave not a rack behind
The vigorous and insistent desire to interpret Walt's actions in positive ways (and Skyler's in negative ways) is providing us with a useful X-ray of our minds and hearts and souls
AMC has released a new poetic, ominous "Breaking Bad" teaser that features Walter White (Bryan Cranston) reading Percy Bysshe
We rejoin our competition with the houseguests clinging to a spinning giant paint can while being splattered with gaily-colored effluvia, and slapped by a paint brush the size of my second husband.
Captain Kosher's parting shots last week set off dynamite in Rachel, aka Boobiac, which detonated in Kristen's face the moment Boobiac won HOH a second time, thus demonstrating that she is the Empress Caligulotta.
The production is handsome, the acting is exceptional, and the special effects are mostly effective. But, at the end of the day, Watchmen is not an exciting story.
Based on one of the most collected and memorable comic book runs in history, the movie Watchmen tries to be all things cosmic and ambiguously moral to all of us.
The poem is Ozymandias by the great romantic poet Percy Shelley. He lived the grand, haunted life of a Shakespearean hero