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Em tecido xadrex verde e laranja com detalhes do salmon com bordados em verde e laranja

Em tecido xadrex verde e laranja com detalhes do salmon com bordados em verde e laranja

How to easily DIY built-in bookcases from IKEA Billy book shelves, and easy IKEA hack you can do in a weekend.

How to easily DIY built-in bookcases from IKEA Billy book shelves, and easy IKEA hack you can do in a weekend.

Ophelia drowning. This image is of someone in the water. The water is not clear but is milky white so it adds new meaning and texture to the image. The water looks thicker then if it were clear.

Ophelia drowning. This image is of someone in the water. The water is not clear but is milky white so it adds new meaning and texture to the image. The water looks thicker then if it were clear.

In desperation, Ophelia was driven into madness; she had no means to heal herself. Her reliance on others weighed heavily, causing a unclear mind (conveyed by the mess and darkness in the photo). She was torn between her beloved family and her lover Hamlet (represented by the three flowers). It also reminds me of the scene with flowers. When Ophelia had lost her mind, she begins to hand out different flowers to represent the different people.

In desperation, Ophelia was driven into madness; she had no means to heal herself. Her reliance on others weighed heavily, causing a unclear mind (conveyed by the mess and darkness in the photo). She was torn between her beloved family and her lover Hamlet (represented by the three flowers). It also reminds me of the scene with flowers. When Ophelia had lost her mind, she begins to hand out different flowers to represent the different people.

drown in consciousness by psychonekozawa.deviantart.com

drown in consciousness by psychonekozawa.deviantart.com

"Let me see. (takes the skull) Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio, a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy." When Hamlet takes the skull, I feel it is of great importance in the play. I feel it confirms his idea that life has no importance, and then he finds out about Ophelia's death.

"Let me see. (takes the skull) Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio, a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy." When Hamlet takes the skull, I feel it is of great importance in the play. I feel it confirms his idea that life has no importance, and then he finds out about Ophelia's death.

“When the tides of life turn against you and the current upsets your boat, don't waste those tears on what might have been, just lie on your back and float.” Author unknown

“When the tides of life turn against you and the current upsets your boat, don't waste those tears on what might have been, just lie on your back and float.” Author unknown

ghoulnextdoor: The grass sang lullabies to deadby NataliaDrepina

ghoulnextdoor: The grass sang lullabies to deadby NataliaDrepina

“Water. Like a blanket. Dark. Intoxicating. Cold.” Shannon Celebi

“Water. Like a blanket. Dark. Intoxicating. Cold.” Shannon Celebi

The madness of the eyes is the lure of the abyss...and I am searching still for…

The madness of the eyes is the lure of the abyss...and I am searching still for…