SuperSlick66 wrote:I love that poem! It's dark but it has a neat message to it. I can read it over and over and get different wonders from it. Maybe that's what makes it timeless to me.
Have you ever seen the Tower of London before? I've rarely read on dark places, just few. I know a lot more on the dark, famous people. But I think seeing places in London would be mind blowing, completely different than what I'm used to.
hmmm...there may have been a fun part to getting your head chopped off. But you'd have to dig deep enough to find that enjoyment... lol i don't know what I'm saying.
Nazca lines are really cool! I've seen them before but never knew what they were actually called. They must be thousands of years old!!
PsychedelicRabbit wrote:Oh wow, that poem has such a sad ending. Aww. Wow, how sad is that.
As for England, yeah, it's history is very, very dark. King Henry VIII is one of the worst monarchs in England, I think. He killed all his wives for the dumbest reason - he wanted a male heir, and none of his dead wives ever gave him one. It's so ironic that after all that killing he did, his successor ended up being Queen Elizabeth I, his daughter. And she was one of the best rulers in England.
SuperSlick66 wrote:Hitler was so weird. He wanted to be a priest/artist. But ended up doing what he did. He was just a coward that was filled with so much fear. Ickk. I just don't like him and his participating Nazi's.
SuperSlick66 wrote:The Highway man is like Shakespeare...considering it's a tragedy.
Interesting stuff on King Henry VIII. I guess since he was a king he figured he could do what he wanted...and that was killing his wives. I don't know anything on his wives. I suppose I could Wikipedia it.
Why are you so into Queen Elizabeth II? Do a lot of people like her?
Hitler was so weird. He wanted to be a priest/artist. But ended up doing what he did. He was just a coward that was filled with so much fear. Ickk. I just don't like him and his participating Nazi's.
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