Tuesday, 7 April 2009

QUINCE: Bless thee Bottom, bless thee; thou art translated

BOTTOM: I see their knavery; this is to make an ass of me, to fright me, if they could; but I will not stir from this place, do what they can. I will walk up and down here, and I will sing that they shall hear that I am not afraid.
The woosell cock, so black of hue,
With orange tawny bill,
The throstle, with his note so true,
The Wren with little quill.TITANIA: What angel wakes me from my flowery bed?
Why this angel of course Miss Titania! He is finished and wanted to say hello! Or sing it at least. He does not have hands but will do soon. He is still waiting for the completion of Titania. I have been working on her today as it is the lovely Easter holidays. Hurray!

9 comments:

Liz said...

Bottom turned out so pretty! I love it!

Candace said...

Oh this is fantastic and I do love how you have the play referenced for Bottom! Can't wait to see what you do next.
Thanks for sharing this.
Candace

Shell said...

I love your Bottom. The lines brought me back to the play and how perfect you captured Bottom.

kendalee said...

How handsome is he?! No wonder the fairy queen is swept away... Nothing to do with Puck really!

Martha Miller said...

What a neat doll! Terrific!!!

Renee said...

Well Sarah, I am in love. It is the plaid jacket that totally won me over.

Thank you for your prayers.

xoxo

Love Renee

Janine said...

Again a wonderful job!

Anne said...

Smashing good job on Bottom! :-)

Helen McCookerybook said...

He bears a remarkable resemblance to a certain Professor I knew!
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