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2020.09.01 11:23

In the Room by James Thomson.

Part 7 of 13.

She did not sit

hours stark and dumb
As pale as moonshine by the lamp;
To lie in bed when day was come,
And leave us curtain’d chill and damp.
She slept away the dreary dark,
And rose to greet the pleasant morn;
And sang as gaily as a lark
While busy as the flies sun-born.

And how she loved us every one;
And dusted this and mended that,
With trills and laughs and freaks of fun,
And tender scoldings in her chat!
And then her bird, that sang as shrill
As she sang sweet; her darling flowers
That grew there in the window-sill,
Where she would sit at work for hours.
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  • Shamus 2020.09.01 11:24

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    The mirror from the previous part still reminisces about the girl who lived here before. It says that she did not sit around for hours doing nothing and that when it was night she slept and woke each morning to a pleasantly. It appears the girl also cared a lot for all of the objects in the room and kept them clean and well maintained. She also had a little bird that would sing and she kept flowers by the window. We see that the room was a much brighter and happier place when the girl lived here, before the man arrived.
  • warda bekkar 2020.09.01 11:41

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    Wonderful ❤❤ I love it
  • Linda Ning 2020.09.01 13:18

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    Good article
  • melodycat 2020.09.02 16:05

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    @Shamus Thank's for the guidance.
  • Shamus 2020.09.03 10:52

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    @melodycat 😊✨
  • Shamus 2020.09.03 10:53

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    @warda bekkar Me too. 😊
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