Appearance vs. Reality are brought forth when Lady Macbeth tells her husband to "Look like th'innocent flower, but be the serpent under't"(I.vi.63-64) .Through this simile and visual imagery, Lady Macbeth tells her husband to put up a facade and be nothing but welcoming and kind towards the king, all the while plotting his demise.
The beautiful, extremely poisonous African Bush Viper. whoa- its a dragon That is the prettiest snake I’ve ever seen. That is a tiny dragon (of the wyrm body type) and either is hiding it’s wings in some fashion or they haven’t grown yet. You cannot convince me otherwise.: