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The Blackout Poems of Charles Dickens & Company
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The coincidence of our being together on the coach was undefined and vague, but there was great fear upon me. Dread made me tremble.
I am confident.
Look with his aiming eye-
his mouth wide open, a very bad temper
throwing the hat, taking aim at me with his invisible gun.
Haunted. Possessed. I screamed.
Abandoned and broken, the house of wood
I cried, “Help, help. help.”
There was not much time to consider the subject.
Are you ready to play?
She looked full at me.
I said, “Go on.”
She shook her head. “Will you tell me?” she answered in a low whisper with caution.
“I wanted a little girl to rear and love, and save from my fate. I called her Estella.”
Prisoner – ship
As we returned towards the setting sun, we had yesterday left behind us