“l’important, c’est la rose…”:-)

comme une flèche à grande vitesse lancée par Cupidon, un bouchon de champagne a transpercé le cœur de cette rose congelée qui avait été cueillie en mai-dernier… ses pétales ont été pulvérisés dans d’innombrables petits bouts qui m’ont rappelé la célèbre question rhétorique de Shakespeare:”qu’est-ce qu’il y a dans un nom? – ce que nous appelons une rose, par n’importe quel autre nom sentirait aussi bon…”(Roméo & Juliette)

Gilbert Bécaud – l’important, c’est la rose… 🙂

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like a high-speed arrow drawn by Cupid, a champagne cork pierced the heart of this frozen rose that had been picked-up last May… its petals were shattered into a spray of countless fragments that reminded me of Shakespeare’s famous rhetorical question:“what’s in a name? – that which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet…”(Romeo & Juliet)
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Bette Midler – the Rose… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oR6okRuOLc8


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Posted on 21 July 2015, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. “The Rose” is a great song. Frankie Miller also does a good version of it.

  2. Perfection! Les mots, les images, la vidéo… Est-ce que c’est vous qui avez pris les photos du bouchon transperçant la rose? Magnifique!

  3. Love roses, this one is a beauty.

  4. A rose by any other name would smell as sweet… indeed it would. And it would have the softest velvet petals and the spikiest thorns to ward off imposters trying to pluck it for the wrong reasons! Roses… my husband was born in Lancashire (Red Rose) and educated in Yorkshire (White Rose)… they famously fight… he famously says together they make a beautiful shade of pink! la rosieate rose! 😉

  5. Afternoon, Melanie! 🙂 That photo is incredibly beautiful. Hope your having a great day.
    Hugs, Paula xxx

  6. Anniversaire de quelque chose, du champagne, des roses rouges? Ils sont où les délicieux gâteaux?

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