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Ophelia is a normal, quiet spoken girl, who never asked for trouble. That is, until she was arrested for the mass murder of 27 innocent people, including her girlfriend Molly and best friend Aaron.The dolls house, a private institution where criminal young woman serve out their sentences through...
Ophelia's death and more.
This is a poem I wrote about Ophelia after reading Shakespeare's "Hamlet" my senior year.
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By Floral Flower
Poetry | Updated Nov 26, 2013 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Sunshine beaming in from a window
Proud Lion Like shine
blends my thinking with the wine Im
drinking from none other than a Vine
one Paw deep in the Terra
soil moister than most
fertile crescent valley
alley of perception
for the prowl.
Lunatic Hour approaches
By Cosmic Crow
Good and bad times why o why??
By Craig Davison
Parody of Hamlet's 'To be or not to be?' soliloquy.
(This is also fantasy slightly)
When Ophelia is finally confronted by the shadow in her dream she freaks out and has to choose whether or not to stay at school with her best friend or leave for the life she was meant to live.
By Tye Scribbens
One boys descent into love and madness.
A mermaid and a merman are exploring when they come across a very puzzling object indeed. Crossing worlds? Oh, they break a lot more rules on a normal basis.
So im new, correct me if im doing something wrong! First im going to share with you the two main characters bio's, answered by them. I usually dont do this but it's something i seem to have to do with these characters because i have two version of this story 'Bubbly' one in novel form and...
Novel | Updated Jun 11, 2010 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Alessandra Fireheart
Because I'm weird and a sucker for stuff like this. Here's Hamlet meets Speed Racer in it's own adventure. Hope you enjoy, let me know what you think
Modeled off of John William Waterhouse's painting entitled "Ophelia."
Poetry | Updated Jan 18, 2007 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2