*a) Julius Caesar
Enter ELPIDIUS MARULLUS tribun of the people and PORTIA, Marcus Brutus's wife, over the stage
PORTIA: Ave, I am saying hello to you. I am seeing the person I saw years ago.... more »
Enter CAESAR, CALPHURNIA Caesar's wife, MARK ANTONY for the course.
CAESAR: Now is the feast of Lupercal made glorious winter by this sun of Rome. I did what it... more »
*c) Julius Caesar
Enter CASCA and CICERO
CASCA: Tomorrow in the senate we shall have to work. Caesar will be sitting.
CICERO: An orator does not go out of fashion, I shall deliver a speech.... more »
*d) Julius Caesar
Enter CAESAR in his orchard.
CAESAR: Come in, Marullus, your soldier's walk is the same of the Gaul days.... more »
Enter TREBONIUS and CINNA. Then CASCA, METELLUS, DECIUS BRUTUS, CAESAR, a SOOTHSAYER, CASSIUS, ARTEMIDORUS.
TREBONIUS: You poet, sure are going to be inspired by something.... more »
*f) Julius Caesar - The Caesar's Death
At the senate. Enter ARTEMIDORUS, CAESAR,PUBLIUS, DECIUS BRUTUS, CASCA, METELLUS, CASSIUS, BRUTUS.
ARTEMIDORUS: Caesar, if you don't know the reason of your illness, read my schedule and youwill know it.... more »
*g) Julius Caesar
At the forum. Enter ANTONY, CASSIUS, BRUTUS, ARTEMIDORUS, a SOOTHSAYER.
ANTONY: Cassius, your hands killed Caesar but now they should do anything else.... more »
*h) Julius Caesar
At the Assembley of the People. Enters CAIUS ELPIDIUS MARULLUS.
MARULLUS: Romans, I could kill Caesar but I did not it. There was a conspiration, I did not oppose it. Caesar was my master of life and not of death. Fate won him and we must leave their decision to gods. However I came to a decision. I shall exercise my right of veto: the law of the immunity for the parricides will be rejected. At our feast the Roman women were running down and up to Lupercals with their... more »
*i) Julius Caesar - The Portia's Soliloquy
Enter BRUTUS and CASSIUS, then THE GHOST OF CAESAR.
BRUTUS: I had to set our army but I wonder whether our soldiers love us. Our enemies are... more »
*l) Julius Caesar
Alarum. Enter BRUTUS, OCTAVIUS, CASSIUS and ANTONY.
BRUTUS: Persuade you that killing the tyrant was indispensable.... more »
*m)julius Caesar - 'exeunt Omnes'
Enter ANTONY and OCTAVIUS.
ANTONY: Everything runs and history leaf has been turned over.... more »
1) Nathaniel - The Disco
This is the opening of a little poem. I'd be happy to offer it
to Poemhunter People. For now, accept it as admission of the universal value of the poetry.
A pub in the centre of a town on the sea.... more »
10)nathaniel - Nocturnal Song...
'What are you doing, moon, in the sky? tell me, what, silent moon? '
Nat (alone) :... more »
11)nathaniel - Nature Forever
'But [you're] wiser, but less infirm than man, because you didn't think your frail births immortal creations by fate or by yourself'
Angel:... more »
12) Nathaniel - The Flower Of The Hope
'In your womb love relighted, / for the warmth of that in the eternal peace/ so this flower is germinated'
Angel:... more »
13)nathaniel- Poem Terminable And Interminable
'Love that moves the sun and the other stars'
Nat (turning towards the audience) :... more »
2) Nathaniel - Sonja Doesn't Live Here Anymore
(Nat and Mirko have come out of a pub. They're walking towards a disco.)
Nat (alone again) :
Nocturnal way is empty,... more »
3) Nathaniel - The Blackberries Place
Nat is in the country of his youth.
(In the open country, among woods and flowery meadows.)... more »
4) Nathaniel - At Apollo's Temple
In Delphi at Apollo's temple, inside.
I was waiting for you,... more »
5)nathaniel - The Ruth's Path
'Perhaps the self-same song that found a path
Through the sad heart of Ruth, when, sick for home,
She stood in tears amid the alien corn'
John Keats... more »
6) Nathaniel - With Me And With The Warriors
'I say the Italian honour is down [..]'
A nocturnal warriors' camp. Nat is wounded.... more »
7) Nathaniel - Nastas'ja Filippovna And Her Sisters
Hear, you must get that [girl] for me!
Mephistopheles:... more »
8) Nathaniel - From Scotland With Love
'And fare thee well, my only Luve! / And far thee well, a while! / And I will come again, my Luve, / thou' it were ten thousand mile! '
Robert Burns, 'A Red, Red Rose'
1st camel-driver:... more »
9)nathaniel - The Flower Of The Desert
Content with the deserts'
Giacomo Leopardi... more »
Aaa) The Origins, Crusades.
In the medieval towns there was an increase in people
But if one was in search of a doctor
One had to go to the ghetto and Europe envied Juda.
Dark roads of the ghetto, but bright ways of work!... more »