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Renaissance Comedy and Tragedy

In the Renaissance era, many plays were written for entertainment in theatres, especially comedies or tragic dramas such as Ben Jonson’s Volpone (comedy) and Christopher Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus (tragedy). The two plays just mentioned above are going to be used … Continue reading

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Before it Started

Fate, destiny, meant to be All this you made me believe You gave me hope, I dared to trust Everything you said to me Beyond what I have ever heard or felt before I was on the edge of giving … Continue reading

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The Animal is Free

Everyone has a dark side Animalistic when push comes to show Some be a wolf, dragon, lion, panther You might be a lunatic You might be a hunter You’ve never been prey You run, try to hide, get away Acting … Continue reading

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I am the one

I am the one standing on the side-lines The one who barely says a word about anything I am the one asking questions But not yet giving an opinion of my own I listen, I take it all in, looking … Continue reading

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