Shakespeare and the Perfect Romantic Quote

A beautiful lady against a field of wild flowers and an elegant Shakespeare quote“…the sweetest flower of all the field.” (Romeo and Juliet, act 4, sc. 5)

Tips for Use.  It was Mark Twain who claimed he could live for two months on a good compliment. If it’s two months for a man, make it at least double for a lady. Today’s blog quote makes a  good line and a good compliment, directly or written on a card. To receive an (almost) daily

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In the play. Capulet Sr. discovers Juliet who appears dead due to the potent controlled substance given to her by Fr. Lawrence (to avoid bigamy, as Juliet would have been forced to marry Paris). The previously irate father of Juliet is now all in tears,
“Death lies on her like an untimely
Upon the sweetest flower of all the field”

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