That's when she realized what was going on. She was fading away, falling to pieces after all that she had went through. The shy hydrangeas were witness of her calamity and the end of her existence. Does it mean that she died? No, she still lives, but something in her never quite came back when she collected herself together again. Something taken by the soul of someone else that she had held close to her heart. Her memories about her suffering became blurry;when her self came back…
"Come what come may, Time and the hour runs through the roughest day." (Act 1, Scene 3) - This quote demonstrates Macbeth's ability to dismiss his violent thoughts that seem to bother him. Through this line, Macbeth is trying to say that no matter what happens, even the worst of days will come to an end, so he should stop worrying about what will happen, and let nature run its course.
Wonderful Castles and Mansions That Are Haunted by Tragic Ghosts
My residents have fallen from their glory, but I remain. I am still a shelter of the past, while they have simply faded. I will endure for much longer than their bones shall, and I shall hold their souls until my final day. Walk my halls, friends. Join my people.
ElkhornSilverKingwriteup...turn off of Hwy 22 about 6 miles west of Mill City near Mehama. Just a few miles up the road you can see a very old schoolhouse that dates probably from the 1900s. Today it and the old gymnasium are on gated off private land, but they are easy to see from the highway.
Sounds kinda mean but its really not..I mean does anyone keep rite on and on trying if their love is not returned at least some?..if someone you love doesn't want ur love and doesn't love u back then what reason do u have to keep on?..there has to be something in return or its not worth it