The thrust stage of the Elizabethan-style thea...

The thrust stage of the Elizabethan-style theatre at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

(a shadorma)

From our birth
to the time of death
we act…and
we are watched;
the same is true for all, for
all the world’s a stage.

P. Wanken

Inspired by Carry On Tuesday’s prompt #167 to use all or part of the opening line of one of William Shakespeare’s best known works:  “All the world’s a stage.”  I’ve also posted this poem for Day 34 at “100 Days of Summer” — click here to go to their Facebook page.



  1. What an incredible photo and poem–you really excel in shadorma (for the longest time I thought it was “shadorama”…:-) Nicely done–huzzah, huzzah


    1. 😎 Thank you, Sara! I was glad to find that picture and that it was a “free to use” one, at that! Love it when it comes together.

      As for the shadorma…yeah, I’ve kinda been on a roll with that form. And you’re not the only one who’s gotten it wrong — I’ve seen it written “shardorma” (two R’s), too.

      Anyway…THANK YOU! 🙂


  2. I guess everyone watches everyone else, in some capacity, and in varying degrees….as long as there is no judgement….wonderful shadorma and pic


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