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Sevil, Ali, Lindsey, and Sean’s Stories Saturday, 13 February 2010

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Sevil carries Emily Dickinson’s  poem, “I died for Beauty.”  Sevil’s favourite line is: “And I for truth. Themself are one. We bretheren are.”

Ali carries “I would like my love to die” by Samuel Beckett.

You can read the text of the poem here.

Lindsey carries T. S. Eliot’s “The Song of the Jellicles.”  Her favourite line is “Jellicle cats have cheerful faces.”

You can read the text of the poem here.

Sean carries “Black Friday” by James Copeland.  His favourite stanza is:

“perra worn sannies

wee dirty knees,

heh, erra polis,

stand back please”

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