The Raven

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Basic Story Board of Edgar Allen Poe's poem, The Raven.

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  • IT'S MIDNIGHT AND DREARY. THE MAN IS IN HIM HOME IN HIS ROOM LOOKING AT FORGOTTEN LORE. THE DREARY NIGHT REFLECTS HIS FEELINGS OF SADNESS FOR LOOSING A LOVED ONE.
  • JUST SOMEONE TAPPING AT THE DOOR. OH, HOW I WISH IT WAS TOMORROW. PLEASE LEAVE ME ALONE.
  • TAP RAP TAP RAP
  • NEVERMORE
  • LENORE LENORE! HE CRIED OUT. HE CHECKED THE WINDOW TOO. HE OPENED THE WINDOW AND THE RAVEN CAME IN! HE HOPES THAT HE RAVEN WILL LEAVE LIKE HIS HOPES DID.
  • WHAT DO YOU MEAN BIRD HE THOUGHT? HE THEN THOUGHT HE SAW ANGLES AND HE AGAIN THOUGHT OF LENORE. CAN HIS SADNESS BE EASED?
  • NEVERMORE
  • IT'S MIDNIGHT AND DREARY. THE MAN IS IN HIM HOME IN HIS ROOM LOOKING AT FORFOTTEN LORE.
  • WILL YOU EVER GO BACK TO THE PLUTONIAN SHORES? LEAVE ME TO BE LONELY!! YOU ARE HURTING MY HEART HE SAID.
  • IT'S MIDNIGHT AND DREARY. THE MAN IS IN HIM HOME IN HIS ROOM LOOKING AT FORFOTTEN LORE.
  • AND THAT RAVEN IS STILL THERE SITTING ON THE BUST OF PALLAS WHOSE EYES SEEM TO BE DEMONS LOOKING INTO HIS SOUL.
  • IT'S MIDNIGHT AND DREARY. THE MAN IS IN HIM HOME IN HIS ROOM LOOKING AT FORFOTTEN LORE.
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