A Midsummer Night‘s Dream

Can a magical night return the rivers to their courses, the song of birds to the spring, the melancholic wind to autumn, and the frozen charms to winter?

Shakespeare, Oberon, and Puck think so. So, summer has been reserved for that, and while the warm nights make volatile creatures emerge from the forest, the freedom of desire and imagination will reconcile the offended hearts. A little of fantasy and lots of willpower will allow the world to return to peace. Meanwhile, let’s leave to the elves and fairies the work of sharing with us the treasure of a night that will take us to our own heart, the inscrutable temple of love.

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