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The Blackout Poems of Charles Dickens & Company
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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.
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.”
Abandoned and broken, the house of wood
I cried, “Help, help. help.”
Prisoner – ship
As we returned towards the setting sun, we had yesterday left behind us
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.
There was not much time to consider the subject.
Are you ready to play?