from the Decameron by John
from A Midsummer Night's Dream; or - how to
view the pages at the Caravanserai Cafe.
we shadows have offended
actors here on the stage of life or the caravan mistress
have offended you),
but this and all is mended
at it as fun intended):
you have but slumbered here while these visions did
is but a dream in some sense, you are dreaming this
whole thing anyway, or maybe daydreaming especially if
you are at work and doing this to kill a little time)
this weak and idle theme is no more yielding than a
remember we did our best to entertain you but if it
didn't, just think of it as a dream you can wake
from and leave after all ).
(We take our
bow and bid adieu, adieu, adieu, adieu, we say good bye
to our visitors)
commentary from Lynne)
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of Perfume, Caravanserai
Story of Perfume
our travelers at the historical caravanserai's ( inn's
along the caravan route - the Silk Road and Spice Road) - they trade perfume oils and
stories with figures like Marco Polo. It was
along the caravan routes that exotic perfume oils were
first traded. You soon will be able to order these exotic goods from the
the month with
some perfume lore
on this web site were done by a group called The
Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. These were
English and a few American artists who formed an
association in 1848 to recapture the beauty and
simplicity of the medieval world, taking much of their
subject matter from mythological and medieval tales.
They identified Raphael (Italian, 1483-1520) with the
scientific interests of Renaissance art. They
aimed to study nature, to sympathize with what is true
and heartfelt in earlier art, and to infuse their works
with literary symbolism, bright colors, and attention to
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