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Forgotten: Suffering and Despair

By adrianavanz13 Oct 10, 2013 340 Words
FORGOTTEN
In my heart lies all the secrets
Of the past that you believe
Where you can't hide anything
For the bitterness still remains
Everything that you said and done..
They are all deceiving and wrong
You are such a damn liar!!
For all the things I blame you for.

I hate the things I feel inside
I won't ever give you any chances
I hate you and I want to see you suffer
Without any regrets
I will give you the torture you deserve
All of the displeasure that you could imagine
You will break under the daylight
And forgotten you will ever be…
you muAnalyze the use of descriptions and images in Hamlet. How does Shakespeare use descriptive language to enhance the visual possibilities of a stage production? How does he use imagery to create a mood of tension, suspense, fear, and despair? Analyze the use of descriptions and images in Hamlet. How does Shakespeare use descriptive language to enhance the visual possibilities of a stage production? How does he use imagery to create a mood of tension, suspense, fear, and despair?Analyze the use of descriptions and images in Hamlet. How does Shakespeare use descriptive language to enhance the visual possibilities of a stage production? How does he use imagery to create a mood of tension, suspense, fear, and despair?Analyze the use of descriptions and images in Hamlet. How does Shakespeare use descriptive language to enhance the visual possibilities of a stage production? How does he use imagery to create a mood of tension, suspense, fear, and despair?Analyze the use of descriptions and images in Hamlet. How does Shakespeare use descriptive language to enhance the visual possibilities of a stage production? How does he use imagery to create a mood of tension, suspense, fear, and despair?Analyze the use of descriptions and images in Hamlet. How does Shakespeare use descriptive language to enhance the visual possibilities of a stage production? How does he use imagery to create a mood of tension, suspense, fear, and despair?

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