“I envy you, shroud, you contain it while I can’t.”
People think that Ramses II’s sentence for beautiful beautiful wife and his beloved Nefertari in his description of what he said “for which the sun rises” is exceptional and is the most beautiful.
Of course, because the writer “Bo Ta’amun” from the monastery of old city (el_madena) wrote a sentence for his wife “Brother Tai” and the singer of the temple and he laments it, and I think she is the greatest.
After losing his wife, the poor man wrote a hand-sized letter on the stone and wrote in it addressing her shroud.
“Send this message to her ♾️
Tell her and ask her how she is.
And what happened to her?
Tell her we’re going to catch up with her.
Ask her if anyone hears me where she is.
“I envy you, shroud, you contain it while I cannot.”
Tell her I won’t fool her heart into anything I’ve said.
➡️RED MORE ⬅️
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