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“The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”. Secily Baker. There was a man that his name was the mariner and he was telling a story to this wedding guest about things that had happened. Summary . God loves all the creatures and you should not harm anything that is innocent. Theme .

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There was a man that his name was the mariner and he was telling a story to this wedding guest about things that had happened.

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“Water, water, every where,And all the boards did shrink;Water, water, every whereNor any drop to drink”

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“The self moment I could pray;And from my neck so freeThe Albatross fell off, and sankLike lead into the sea.”

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“The many men, so beautiful!And they all dead did lie:And a thousand thousand slimy thingsLived on; and so did I.”

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“And through the drifts the snowy cliffs

Did send a dismal sheen:

Nor shapes of men nor beasts we ken-

The ice was all between”

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“And every tongue, through utter drought,Was withered at the root;We could not speak, no more than ifWe had been choked with soot”

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“With throats unslaked, with black lips baked,We could nor laugh nor wail;Through utter drouth all dumb we stood!I bit my arm, I sucked the blood,And cried, A sail! a sail”

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“He holds him with his glittering eye – The wedding-guest stood still,And listens like a three-years' child:The mariner hath his will”

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